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Lace Releases Aluma Disc Acoustic Soundhole Pickup

This new soundhole pickup offers both feedback suppression and amplified sound from one unit.

Lace Music

Cypress, CA (January 19, 2017) -- Lace Music Products is introducing the new, Aluma Disc magnetic pickup for acoustic guitar.

Building upon the Lace patented “current driven” technology, Aluma Disc offers the player a pickup which offers both feedback suppression and amplified sound in one unit. As natural feedback occurs through many playing situations, the Aluma Disc covers the entire soundhole area while also acting as the magnetic pickup for the guitar.

Based on patented Alumitone technology, which uses an initial “current” rather than voltage design, the pickup is the soundhole feedback suppressor in simple terms.

An elegant design with simple installation gives the Aluma Disc a true acoustic tone without any noise or feedback. Conventional magnetic designs would incur a large coil as part of the pickup, whereas the Aluma Disc coil is designed with 95 percent less copper wire. The Aluma Disc winding weighs a mere 3 ounces, thus defeating the chance of coil feedback and eliminating outside noise completely.

The Aluma Disc will be available Spring 2017. The suggested retail price is $128.99.

For more information, see the Aluma Disc and all other Lace pickups at lacemusic.com or facebook.com/lace pickups.

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