#1
As a gypsy jazz guitarist, it is VERY difficult for me to find a pickup to electrify my gypsy jazz acoustic guitar. I have looked at the Stimer line of pickups and the Peche A La Mouche' line of pickups.

http://www.pechealamouche.ch/pechealamouche/images/micro/98008-micro-sur-favino-mini.jpg

http://www.paulvernonchester.com/images/Guitar/StimerPickupST48Petit.jpg

But unfortunately, both are well over $300. I have also checked the Krivo line, but I have my doubts as to the overall sound of the pickup.

So this leads me to wonder, can someone produce a slim pickup I can use? I am not too particular on looks, nor on humbucker or single coil, but it would need to be thin. Very thin. Less than 7 or 8 mm so it can slide under the strings, as well as rather inexpensive.

Can someone either contact me themselves or point me to a reputable site/person who can produce what I'm looking for?
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#3
Nah, it has to be mounted between the soundhole and bridge, the neck's action is too low.
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#4
Sorry man, but looking for a literally custom made pickup is not going to be cheap. You'll just have to save the cash and take the dive.

My things:
Bowes SLx7
Washburn WG587
Washburn X40Pro
Washburn X50
Washburn HM24
Washburn WR150
Laguna LE200s
Arietta Acoustic
First Act
Valveking 112
VHT Deliverance

#7
Jerry Sentell of Sentell Pickups offered me a quote of $40 to make one from scratch, but he recently took on a big order, so I won't be able to get mine in for another few months. Making a pickup really isn't that hard, but you really need a special machine to wind them.

I've tried a cheap piezo but they feedback like crazy.

And the soundhole is just too small to mount the pickup in which is why I need it to be thin, so I don't have to butcher the top to mount it.

I ain't racist, but fuck black people! - Michael Richards

Nigga please - Al Sharpton

Nigga please - Me
#8
http://www.wdmusic.com/HJGS3.html

thinnest mag pickup I can find, coming in at 1/8" inch
Epiphone Les Paul Plus Top
Jet City JCA5212RC (SLO Modded)
Ibanez WD7 Wah
Mad Professor Sweet Honey Overdrive
TC Electronic Flashback Triple Delay
TC Electronic Trinity Reverb