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Suitable DI for RMC piezo pickups?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by neonrich, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. neonrich

    neonrich

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    I've got a Gus G3/5 that has Mag / Piezo / Midi independent outs.. and I've read a lot about tailoring a DI specifically to the Piezo's.

    Any recommendations? Thoughts?

    The Mags run a B7K or Samsamp BDDI & are well catered for. Would either be ideal for good use with the Piezo's? Or should I look for a Radial or similar for that job?

    Thanks!
  2. fokof

    fokof Gold Supporting Member

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    You probably already have that inside:
    http://www.rmcpickup.com/polydrivei.html

    It act as the 6 string buffer and a piezo preamp

    RMC offers the option "saddle mix" a piezo bus to your existing output , just have to add a switch or blend pot and a little tweak inside.

    If you use the RMC piezo internal preamp , no need for a special DI , just your normal 1/4 out and blend RMC and mag signals to your liking.

    There a lots of possibilities with GK systems…..

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