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Cherub WCP-60V Violin Pickup
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- Reproduces the natural sound of a violin to an amp or PA set up.
- Clips into the "F" hole.
- No battery needed.
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Installing is extremely easy, but you will have to play with it a little to find the best spot. To install simply open the clip, carefully place the clip inside of your f-hole and clip it onto the belly of the instrument. I've found the best spot to be just between the bridge and the tailpiece on the bass side of your violin. You may have to play with the position to get the best sound though. A couple of points; you should try to make sure the foam pad on the bottom of the mic rests flat on the belly, make sure that the clip isn't resting against the edge of the f-hole, make sure the mic isn't touching the bridge or tailpiece. If you have any of those things happening (particularly on a very resonant instrument) you may induce a bit of a buzz when playing.
This mic plugs directly into any guitar amp, effects pedal or effects box. The cable is thin - but at only 8 feet you shouldn't need thicker. Also the thin cable means it doesn't get in the way while playing. I've had no issues with the cable getting in the way or being too heavy.
The build quality does seem a little lacking, but for less than $10 that's not a real concern. I've experienced no issues with breakage or the cable fraying. I will say though that the top of the mic could use a small lip to make inserting and removing easier. If the manufacturer could add a lip to the back of the mic, it would provide a place to grip and leverage against the bottom clip. While I've not damaged my instrument, I have slapped it a couple times with the mic and the clip arm when removing the pickup.
So far I have wielded this product for almost a year now.