Schertler DYN-G-P48 Guitar Contact Mic

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DYN-G-P48
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Contact Active Dynamic Microphone
for all acoustic guitars

Schertler DYN series "pick-ups" are actually contact dynamic microphones. The resulting sound is natural and accurate without the problems of bleed or feedback. A DYN transducer is easily applied to any instrument in a non-invasive way using an inert removable putty. The putty also allows the DYN to be removed entirely at will and without damage to your valuable instrument.

The DYN pickups feature balanced XLR connectors and low impedance output which allow direct connection to a mixing board or amplifier input. For amplification devices with direct "Line-in" possibilities, Schertler offers the PRE-AII Acoustic Preamp for signal boost and modulation.

For the accurate reproduction of acoustics, DYN's are perfectly matched to Schertler's combo amps and active acoustic instrument loudspeaker series.

Schertler’s new DYN-G-P48 is a fully balanced, active, dynamic contact microphone with Class A electronics. Suitable for use in both solo and orchestral environments, the microphone features state-of-the-art, in-house developed activefiltering technology that enables it to capture the guitar’s best tonal qualities. This leads to more “immediate” results for the user, making it possible to achieve amazing sound with only minimal adjustments required.

The DYN-G-P48 has a new sleek, lightweight design, making it even less obtrusive to the player. The microphone is supplied with Schertler’s own customized cable that is both robust and torsion resistant, designed to withstand the rigours of daily use while delivering best possible performance results. A balanced XLR connector enables direct connection into an acoustic guitar amp (that has phantom power and XLR inputs), or a microphone input on a mixing console. The microphone also works effectively through full range amplification systems.

The DYN-G-P48 can be easily and safely applied to even the most valuable of instruments using special adhesive putty. It can also be quickly transferred between instruments during performances or recording sessions. Note: This microphone requires 48V phantom power.

"THIS TRANSDUCER REPRODUCES THE SOUND OF MY BASS, STRINGS AND FINGERS, NOTHING ELSE."
- CHARLIE HADEN

Schertler’s flagship DYN Series contact microphones were first launched over 20 years ago. Two decades later, developments in microphone technology have enabled the series to be re-engineered to meet today’s exacting requirements. The new DYN P48 Series retains the best features from the original DYN microphones while incorporating state-of-the-art technology that has resulted ineven better sound quality,a more elegant lightweight design and more user-friendly operation.

NOTE: Schertler manufactures many instrument specific models of the DYN. Please inquire about your needs.

SCHERTLER GUITAR AMBASSADORS:
John Jorgenson / The Hellecasters, Elton Johns band (USA), Preston Reed (UK), Gambetta Beppe (Italy), Bellinati Paulo (Brasil), Snétberger Ferenc (Germany), Thilo Martinho (Germany), Nicola Cattaneo (Italy), Marcus Cahill - IMAGINE the tribute band (UK), Giuseppe Siracusa - ex ARETUSKA (Italy), Emmy Lou Harris / Gibson signature model (USA), Dario Fornara (Italy), Stefanos Andreadis (Greece), Mons (Alberto Montagnani) (Italy), Yuval Avital (Greece), Marcus Cahill (UK), Italo Iovane (Italy), Johnny Hallyday (France), Kropinski Uwe (Germany), Jean Félix Lalanne (France), Qualey David (Germany), Ratzenbeck Peter (Austria), Towner Ralph (USA), Luca Pedroni (Italy), Winkler Michael (Switzerland), Matthias Muller (Germany), Soig Siberil (France), Woody Mann (USA), Scott Fore / Flatpicking Champion (USA), Alessio Nebiolo (Switzerland), Krueger Brothers (USA), Bello Alvaro (France), Kenny Burrell (USA), Stacy Phillips (USA), Juan Carlos Zeta (Chile - Switzerland), Hal (Croatia), Andreas Öberg (Finland), Ibrica Jusic (Croatia), Christian Reichert (Germany), Franz Helmuller (Switzerland), Marc Liebeskind (Switzerland), Martin Brugger (Austria), Alexandru Tsena (Romania), Reentko Dirks (Germany).