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Electronics Help - High Pass Filter, Piezo Pickup, Banjo
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 02, 2015 2:33 am    Post subject: Electronics Help - High Pass Filter, Piezo Pickup, Banjo
Subject description: Research on componets to Electrify a Banjo
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HI everyone,

I have started a forum over on cigar box nation about a circuit for electrify a banjo. Does anyone here have experience with designing circuits for passive and active guitars, in particular using piezo transducer?

The main thing I need to find out is the correct or ball park components values I need to use for a High Pass Filter (a) ideally on 1 piezo before it hits the preamp or (b) alternatively a master HPF after the preamp.

Here is a link to the thread:

"Dual Piezo Wiring with Passive Tone Controls, balance pot and Active pre-amp"
http://www.cigarboxnation.com/forum/topics/dual-piezo-wiring-with-passive-tone-controls-balance-pot-and?page=1&commentId=2592684%3AComment%3A2384301&x=1

Thanks.
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