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Old 09-16-2017, 01:00 PM   #1
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Default Anybody offer any help on acoustic pickups

I'm looking at one of two pick ups to put in my crossover nylon string guitar. First on my list is a Barbera. I see almost nothing but great reviews on it. John Knowles uses one and says he loves it and Kurt sand I believe puts them in some of his guitars. Córdoba factory installs them in certain models and that's what brand my crossover is.

I also looked into a Baggs LB6 pick up which on a quick look is pretty similar but is quite a bit cheaper. Was wondering if anybody has any opinions or experience with the Barbera or the LB6?

Thanks for any help or opinions. As soon as I can figure out how to download pictures onto the site I'll also put some pictures up of my branny spankin new Martin custom shop size 5... . Indian Rosewood with spruce, thinned top and lite weight bracing, slothead, and top is Sunburst. Couple of cosmetic little things. Different back strip that looks a little like Indian heads and an inlay at the 12th fret. It's a looker and should sounds great. Like I said, when I get smart enough to learn how to put photos on the site I'll post a couple. Thanks to anyone with opinions or help on the Barbera.
Been practicing for years. Someday maybe I'll even get a little better...
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Old 09-16-2017, 01:41 PM   #2
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And we await your pix drooling........
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