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A natural sounding transducer designed for the steel-stringed guitar.
The D-TAR Twin Soundspot NTX Pickup is designed specifically to fit inside steel-stringed guitars under the bridge. SoundSpots are ultra-sensitive transducer pickups suitable for stringed and non-stringed acoustic and ethnic instruments.
Unlike other dot-type transducers, each SoundSpot piezo crystal pickup is hand ground to extremely fine tolerances. This process, along with the selection of materials, yields a pickup with a very thin surface that can maintain its strength and flexibility. The result is a pickup that is ultra-sensitive to an acoustic guitar's surface vibrations and, therefore, is extremely natural and warm sounding.
The TWIN SoundSpot NTX works well with all guitar and keyboard amps, as well as PA systems and recording mixers. For added control over the instrument's tone, use a high-quality preamp.
D-TAR - Duncan/Turner Acoustic Research
Seymour Duncan and Rick Turner are two legends who spent years working with musicians, perfecting their tone. Seymour founded his self-named company in 1978 which has become well-known for its wide variety of guitar and bass pickups used by just about every name player from Billie Joe Armstrong to Angus Young. Rick co-founded Alembic, was president of Gibson Labs West Coast R&D Division, co-founded Highlander Musical Audio making piezo acoustic guitar pickups for Lindsay Buckingham, Ry Cooder, David Lindley, and Andy Summers, and runs his own Renaissance Guitars. Now Seymour and Rick are working together to create innovative products for acoustic musicians. Their D-TAR motto: "With respect to acoustic tone."
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