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    Default REMOVABLE Pick-up

    I decided for reasons of my own I am going to get the Outside Ukulele. With that said and to keep the design where it can handle the elements including water I want a removable pick-up.

    The main reason for a pick-up is when I decide to do so I want to get the Roland Cube to putz with different sounds and what not.

    So, I am in the market for a removable pick-up and note this will also be used on my acoustic guitars (well my GS Mini already has one built in).

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    You lost me ay guitar. The Kremona UK-1 goes under the tie bridge and does well through this a pre-amp or DI. Probably won’t span the bridge of your mini.
    Dig In-finity! - The Naz, in the words of Lord Buckley

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    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
    https://www.catskillukulelegroup.com/

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    Col.
    From the UK with a bad case of MIAS.
    Korg PA700, Korg Kross 2, Gibson LP, Fender Jazz Bass,
    + Amps, PA, Boss GT100, mixer.
    Ukes - Kala KA-TEME and Risa ST electric solid body.
    Uke wish list, a Bass, make and model yet to be determined

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    Quote Originally Posted by Col50 View Post
    The Outdoor Ukulele has reinforcement around the sound-hole that makes it too thick for the iRig to snap on. It's great on other ukuleles though!

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    I’d try this one nice looking too. I have an older stick on called a woody, but I don’t think are still made.
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DK7SZOW..._KcguDbEVQYTMX
    Keep Strummin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by SailingUke View Post
    Iíd try this one nice looking too. I have an older stick on called a woody, but I donít think are still made.
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DK7SZOW..._KcguDbEVQYTMX
    Well there is always a microphone. I will give this some thought. Thank you.

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    These are the best "removable" type pickups I've used.

    I loved them so much that I bought 2.
    A single-piezo and a dual-piezo version.

    The dual piezo one sounds better.

    A little pricey, but I daresay they sound better than most undersaddle pickup systems, both active and passive. Worth every cent.

    https://www.peterman.com.au/music3/A...Guitar_Pickups

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    Quote Originally Posted by kissing View Post
    These are the best "removable" type pickups I've used.

    I loved them so much that I bought 2.
    A single-piezo and a dual-piezo version.

    The dual piezo one sounds better.

    A little pricey, but I daresay they sound better than most undersaddle pickup systems, both active and passive. Worth every cent.

    https://www.peterman.com.au/music3/A...Guitar_Pickups
    kissing, do you use them externally with sticky tack or have you installed them? My guess is that the closest comparison would be to the K&K Aloha Twin. Is that correct? How do they compare?

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    I have a Kremona UK-1 pickup and it does work. Doesn't sound very good and my shirt sleeve kept snagging on it. I now use it to stir my coffee.

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