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Re: Wait a second

4/18/2006 10:31 AM
David Schwab
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Re: Wait a second
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"This in-circuit resonant frequency is the one we actually hear. We can't hear a pickup that isn't plugged into anything so we never hear that 10kHz resonant frequency."
 
 
Assuming it's a passive system of course. I would think a buffer amp would present the pickup minimal impedance loading, which is why buffered pickups have much more highs and lows, and a noticeably higher resonant frequency (which of course goes with the extended highs, since the resonant peak is right before the highend roll off begins).  
 
But I'm agreeing with you.