#1
Does anyone make aftermarket piezo pickups for the electric bass so I can get a more "acoustic" sound out of my bass? It would be great to know where to get them. Thanks!
#3
This is probably unhelpful, but I know you can order Musicman basses with peizo pickups. Perhaps you can order 'replacement' piezo pickups from EBMM?
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#4
^I'll look into it.
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#5
I believe Fishman makes piezo bridges, depending on what sort of bass you have you might be able to get a replacement piezo bridge.
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nice bass.......i cant help, but nice bass
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But you will get stupid poeple say things like the above who want to post but know jack! Get a life.


Now, the idea of going to Ernie Ball was a good one, but unfortunately they do not sell them as seperate items. Shame, because they could sell loads of them i'm sure !

A friend of mine made his own piezo pickup - i can try and find out some details if you'd like?

Also, there is a company caled Artec who make piezo pup kits.

http://www.artecsound.com/piezo.html

Good luck

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#11
I think Wilkinson might do one. They put it on some of the Italia basses.