Premier Guitar Review: Fishman Fluence Greg Koch Gristle-Tone P90

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Premier Guitar Review: Fishman Fluence Greg Koch Gristle-Tone P90

Fishman Fluence Greg Koch Gristle-Tone P90


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Dave Hunter wrote: “Pickup companies often look backwards for inspiration. But Fishman redrew the blueprint for electric guitar pickups when it introduced the Fluence series in the early 2010s. Different in design and constriction from both the traditional passive electro-magnetic pickups of old and powered active pickups, they are relatively hum-free and much more consistent in sound and quality from unit to unit.

The newest member of the growing Fluence family is the Greg Koch Signature Series Gristle-Tone P90 set. “Hum-free” and “P-90″ are not words you often see together, but the Gristle-Tone delivers impressively on the promise of a quieter P90. They’re easy to drop into any soapbar-pickup-routed guitar (provided you also have a space routed for a 9V battery). And when mated to a pair of included push-pull pots, they can generate three distinctly different voices—delivering unexpected versatility and an original take on one of the guitar world’s oldest pickup designs.”

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