Schertler's Magnetico AG6 Pickup Hits the Stores

Published 8 years ago on May 28, 2013

By Guitar Interactive Magazine

Schertler's Magnetico AG6 Pickup Hits theStores -

Following a successful launch at this year's FrankfurtMusikmesse, Schertler is now shipping its revolutionary newMagnetico AG6 pickup for acoustic guitar. The AG6 is the firstmodel in a range of specially developed, affordable frettedinstrument pickups that uniquely combine high-end Schertlerelectronics with active multiple coil technology. Benefits includea fast transient behaviour, flat frequency response and a full richsound across the entire range of the instrument.

The compact pickup fits inside the guitar's sound hole. It isequipped with volume control and external input (also with separatevolume control) for connecting a second pickup. Sound from bothpickups can be blended to create exactly the right effect for eachindividual performance or recording. The Magnetico AG6 issupplied with an internal Jack cable for fixed installation on theinstrument. An external Jack cable is available separately.

Two new microphones will also be available for use with the AG6;an electrodynamic moving coil contact microphone and an externalcondenser microphone.

The AG6 is the first model in Schertler's A-Series ofMagnetico pickups for acoustic guitars, banjos and mandolins.It is offered in Standard Black and Limited Series wood topfinishes.


Other ranges to follow include the E-Series for electric guitarsand basses and the R-Series for replacing existing standard singlecoil or humbucker systems on specified guitar brands includingFender and Gibson. The Magnetico S-Series is a custom pickupthat will be available for build-in applications.

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