K&K Sound Trinity Mini PRO Guitar Pickup System w/Mic and Phase Switch

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Product Details
  • Manufacturer:
    K&K Sound
  • Model:
    Trinity Mini PRO
Customer reviews
Awesome pickup system, October 9, 2019
The sound that produces is superb, my percussion on the guitar can finally be amplified through an amp. Installation was achievable thanks to the instruction manual. Unfortunately my mic malfunctioned after 2 years and it has no warranty now, I can...
Five Stars, October 8, 2016
Great sound, amazing pickup system that I would recommend to anyone. Fast delivery too!!
I think I got a bad one, November 13, 2016
It took me awhile, due to personal issues, after I ordered this before I finally got it installed and tested. I have a serious problem with pre-amp. At first I thought it wasn't working at all but noticed it would momentarily switch on when the...
Product Features
  • Trinity Microphone with 5" Gooseneck
  • Pickup/Microphone System for Steel String Guitar
  • Stereo Endpin Jack, 6-Foot Stereo Cable
  • Pure Mini 3-Sensor Bridgeplate Pickups
  • Dual Channel Trinity Pro Preamp/EQ w/Mic Phase
Product Description
The Trinity Pro System is a dual source pickup/microphone system with an external dual-channel pro preamp for guitars and similar string instruments. It features K&K's new and updated Trinity Pro Preamp, which adds a phase switch to the microphone channel for improved feedback resistance and a smoother overall tone. It consists of the award-winning Pure Pickup, the Trinity Microphone with integrated 5" gooseneck and 20-20.000 Hz frequency range, the Trinity Pro Preamp, 2-channel external preamp with adjustable gain-volume-bass-mid-treb for each channel & phase switch for the microphone channel, a stereo endpin jack and a 6-foot stereo cable. Why choose the Trinity System over a solo pickup? The Trinity System delivers an even more authentic tone than the Pure pickup alone. The microphone adds extra air and shimmer to the overall sound, which is very desirable for the purely acoustic guitarist. The mic can be mixed in as much or as little as the situation allows.