Schertler Double Bass Pickup
Vintage model with double sensors
plus STAT-PRE preamp
The Schertler STAT-B Vintage SET is Schertler's original electrostatic bridge-mounted transducer with two sensors that mount on each side of the bridge. This SET includes Schertler's STAT-PRE preamplifer.
Ideal in applications where high volume levels must not present a handicap, the STAT-B provides high feedback resistance while reflecting the natural sound of the Double Bass with a clear, well defined and "round" string tone.
Schertler's patented STAT line of bridge pickups was designed by Stephan Schertler, a Bassist himself, for Bassists. Then too, just ask Charlie Haden, Rufus Reid and Larry Granadier who rely on Schertler pickups for their "live" sound.
"THIS TRANSDUCER REPRODUCES THE SOUND OF MY BASS, STRINGS and FINGERS, NOTHING ELSE."
- Charlie Haden
The Schertler STAT-PRE preamplifier is the perfect choice for use with STAT series of pickups for classic stringed instruments. Compact, versatile and easy to use, the STAT-PRE provides power to the STAT-B pickup while allowing control of volume.
Class-A constant current design ensures faithful sound reproduction while delivering nearly 500 hours of playing time from one 9-volt battery.
Schertler STAT-B specifications:
Nominal impedance: 1.6k ohm
Frequency response: 20Hz to 12KHz +/-3dB
Dynamic range: 75dB
Contacts: gold plated
Schertler STAT-PRE specifications:
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
Signal to noise: 93dB
Input impedance: 25kOhm
Output imedance: 190 ohm
Power supply: 9V alkaline battery
Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Dimensions: 4" x 2,2" x 1"
SCHERTLER BASS AMBASSADORS
Rufus Reid (USA), Avishai Cohen (USA), Yiotis Kiourtsoglou (Greece), Larry Grenadier (USA), Nuno Alexandre (Portugal/Switzerland), Mark Rubin (USA), Andrea Lupi (Italia), Lucy Shaw / Katie Melua band (UK), Jannick Top (France), Augustsson Philip (Sweden), Baronfosse Marco (France), Bonati Roberto (Italy), Brandenberger Bruno (Switzerland), Brandl Manfred (Germany), Busch Sigi (Germany), Coleman Ira (USA), Conte Lorenzo (Italy), Damiani Paolo (Italy), Danielsson Lars, Greenspan Dan (USA), Guy Barry (USA), Haden Charlie (USA), Francioli Leon (Switzerland), Hutton Mick (UK), Kaenzig Heinrich (Switzerland), Magnenat Olivier (Switzerland), Micheli Marco (Italy), Oester Bànz (Switzerland), Darek Oleszkiewicz (USA), Pillinger Franz (Austria), Stabenov Thomas (Germany), Tavolazzi Ares (Italy), Thofeldt Jonny (Sweden) Tommaso Giovanni (Italy), Vaggi Marco (Italy), Vitous Miroslav (USA), Weiss Doug (USA), Ralf Gauck (Germany), Jacques Siron (France)