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FS: Steinberger Synapse PREAMP, made by EMG

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by rojo412, Dec 29, 2013.


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    This is the stock preamp out of a Steinberger Synapse. It's a model "0070-0083 A122 V2 SYN-B" (that's what's printed on it, at least).

    Here's the PDF wiring diagram

    It works just fine. 2 band, boost and cut, has trim pots for pickup balancing and total output.
    Includes the ends of the quick connects and the jack.
    Includes the knobs as well.
    25k volume pot, so designed for active pickups

    This isn't going to drop into anything easily. Most likely, if you aren't using a Synapse, it's going to be kind of hard to make it work without some effort. But wiring guides are available on the interweb.

    $25 shipped to the US.
    Paypal or MO. Int'l okay, but I have to get a price quote.
    PM if interested.
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    Price drop!

    I honestly have no idea what this is worth. PM with an offer if you're interested, I'm not emotionally attached to this.
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    In essence, I think this could be attached to a Jazz plate with custom holes drilled... but you'd need active pickups to run into it.
    You could also remove the pots and splice wires to the board, if you wanted to get creative.

    But yeah, I'm not needing it, so make me an offah!
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