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Dean Markley 3015A Promag Grand Acoustic Guitar Pickup


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  • Has a wide range of tones with smooth highs, warm, full bass, and brilliant harmonics
  • Handmade from curly maple wood A natural compliment to any acoustic guitar
  • Bell-like harmonics that sing like no other acoustical pickup
  • ProMag has gained recognition as the finest sounding acoustic pickup made
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight227 g
Product Dimensions1.6 x 15.2 x 15.6 cm
Item model number3015
ColourMulti-colored
Number of Strings6
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002GXW5W
Best Sellers Rank 25,537 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight227 g
Date First Available19 Aug 2009
  
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The Dean Markley ProMag Grand™ . . . developed for studio recording . . . is now available to everyone. The Grand™ is the result of a patented coil configuration. The goal, when designing the Grand™, was to keep that same great sound of the Dean Markley ProMag Plus™, while doing it with a silent Humbucking coil. Grand™'s patented coil is what allowed us to reach our goal. Grand™ has the same rich sound as the Dean Markley ProMag Plus™ while having up to 15 times less hum than any of the competition. With a real maple wood housing and an ebony grand piano finish with the Dean Markley signature emblazoned in gold, Grand™ sounds, looks, and is an acoustical pickup you must have.

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1 Promag Grand 3015A

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RubberDucky on 18 July 2011
I admit...I had real reservations about a humbucking, in-the-soundhole pickup being able to reproduce acoustic sounds. But the Dean Markley ProMag Grand does exactly that.
It accurately reproduces your acoustic guitar's own sound, without coloring or changing it. The lows are low, the highs are shimmering and even under flourescent lighting...no buzz!! With it's black and gold lacquer finish, it even looks great.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 29 Aug 2011
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Having owned an acoustic pickup for many years until it eventually failed this replacement has proved most satisfactory so far. Easy to install and has worked with all the systems into which it has been plugged so I'm happy.
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i bought this in 2011 expecting to get an amp the folllowing week. Then had a series of problems that delayed everything. Now bought an amp which works fine with my strat and rick but this pickup just wont work. Cant find a switch or anything on it. just no sound at all. anyone help please?
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Zloty Harbinger on 14 July 2013
It really is amazing how the wording of two of these reviews are EXACTLY the same. It almost makes you doubt the validity, impartiality and integrity of those posting the reviews. This is a fair to middling quality soundhole pickup. Other pickups are available and the hyperbole here is entirely unjustified. If you want to be blown away, spend more money. Otherwise, buy this budget pickup.
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Amazon.com: 32 reviews
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
A Grand Pickup Indeed 13 July 2009
By Todd H. Bauer - Published on Amazon.com
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I admit...I had real reservations about a humbucking, in-the-soundhole pickup being able to reproduce acoustic sounds. But the Dean Markley ProMag Grand does exactly that.

It accurately reproduces your acoustic guitar's own sound, without coloring or changing it. The lows are low, the highs are shimmering and even under flourescent lighting...no buzz!! With it's black and gold lacquer finish, it even looks great.

The ProMag Grand has made me a believer. I give it four stars, only because I prefer a full size plug and some stress relief on the cord.
Otherwise...its a five!
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Good Item, With Drawbacks 30 July 2011
By Alan C. Brennan - Published on Amazon.com
Pros: The sound is very good to excellent, I noticed no holes in the range of the fretboard. I like the subdued dark color of it (the pickup not the sound), and the installation is easy enough. I noticed no problem with volume, it has as good an output as any of my passive electric guitar pickups. It is not a valid comparison to compare this to a powered acoustic pickup system. I did not have to change gain or volume levels past halfway for a good room-filling sound. The room I play in is a standard to small size parlor, and my amp of choice for this arena is a Bugera Vintage 5.

The price I got for this pickup was very good, less than thirty dollars, and that was the deciding factor on this purchase versus a different brand. I notice the price fluctuates wildly on Amazon, so watch for a good deal.

Cons: As mentioned by another reviewer, there is a small area of resonance in the body of this thing, whereby if you tap it with your pick while strumming or picking, it will produce a very loud tapping sound. This doesn't happen across the entire length, it's mostly under the G and B strings, perhaps not coincidentally where the cord enters the body. I alleviated that to my satisfaction by making sure I seated it as deep into the soundhole as possible, and pushing it back toward the bridge, as my playing is usually to the front of the soundhole.

This thing comes with a 1/4" all-metal plug, of a type I have never seen before. When I first plugged it in, the connection was intermittent, and it took some wiggling to get consistent sound. I wanted to investigate this initial intermittent connection, so I loosened the set screw on the metal housing and gave the cord a very slight tug. The cord completely disconnected itself from the housing, and I saw that the end of the cord appeared to be cut off clean at the attachment point of tip and ring. So it looks like another reviewer's note that the cord is stiff and lacking stress relief is very valid. I intend to modify this cord anyway, shortening it and attaching a female jack, so no big deal for me. I was able to make a quick and dirty repair so the pickup is useful until I gather the parts I need to make the mod.

Too late to make a long story short, but be aware that the plug is cheesy and apparently less than adequate care is taken on assembly.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Like it! 10 Jun 2011
By Lance LePa - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a probably the best inexpensive pickup you can buy! The sound is not only good, but there is no hum like I have experienced from other brands I have tried. You can't go wrong with this one. The only con, is the cord. It is too stiff! It could be made a little softer and more flexible. Having said that, I would still recommend it!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Okay. Great sound, poor volume. 5 July 2011
By Leon Sunrider - Published on Amazon.com
Using it on my Takamine f349, with Elixir Phosphor Bronze extra lights. This pickup amplifies the tone beautifully! Very flat response, no need to worry about mid or treble boosts. There is no equalization.

The drawback is that it doesn't get very loud. Plugged into a P/A system, my buddy's undersaddle pickup drowns my sound out, the sound man has to crank the gain very high to get mine to a matching level, which isn't good. His Gain is at 10 oclock, Volume about 2/3, my Gain is at about 3 oclock, Volume maxxed. I don't want to keep causing a strain on the system.

This is a great sounding pickup, it is just too quiet! An active soundhole pickup is the way to go. Someone told me the difference between my buddy's and my pickups is obvious. My guitar sounds good, straight acoustic with no power. The sound and the strings are great, but the pickup is a level below.
Strike three. 29 Nov 2014
By Peter Miller - Published on Amazon.com
My third try at a ProMag pickup, and they're 0 for 3. I should have known better than to be tempted by the price. The most fun was ripping open the sealed plastic bag it came in. The pickup itself has an internal problem that's causing sharp metallic pops when you touch it, and it may be causing a buzzing in the line... Or, wait... no, maybe THAT's caused by the cheap solder-free jack with a set-screw that I had to loosen in order to get any sound at all out of the pickup. Since my first two single-coil ProMags both died due to problems with the cable's fixed connection to the pickup, I think I've finally learned my lesson.
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