Donner DSS-6 Acoustic Guitar Sound Hole Humbucker Pickup w/Volume & Tone Control

SKU: EC1295

Country: USA
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Donner maintains high standards in making musical products and our mission is to provide highquality, one-stop services and products to musical enthusiasts. Equipped with a humbucking pickup, the DSS-6 clearly and cleanly picks up your acoustic guitar sound, making it perfect for amplification at band rehearsals or any kinds of concert.

Humbucking Pickup

This Donner passive acoustic guitar pickup features stacked coils so that it can effectively reduce noise and provide excellent string-to-string balance and acoustic clarity.


Volume & Tone Control

It's easy to adjust the volume and tone controls to dial in exactly the sound you’re after.


Sound Hole Clip Cushion

The sound hole clip cushion makes sure that the pickup and audio cable don’t damage your guitar.

Specification:

Pickup Type: Passive Humbucker

Housing: Solid Mahogany

Connection: 25-Inch (64cm) Instrument Cable with 3.5mm and 1/4-inch (6.35mm) Jacks

Minimum Sound Hole Diameter: 3.8in (96.6 mm)

Package included:

  • Soundhole Pickup X 1
  • Audio Cable X 1
  • Cable Holders X 3
  • Leather Pad X 1
  • Owner's Manual X 1

    Easy Installation

    No drilling required, fast and easy installation, plug in and start playing.

    1. Orient the pickup with the 3.5mm jack toward the guitar bridge.

    2. Slip the pickup into the sound hole from the high E string side. (Loosen the strings if necessary)

    3.Clip both sides of the pickup to the edge of the sound hole

    4. Push the pickup toward the fingerboard as far is it will comfortably go.

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