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Thread: Lyric Classical is here

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    Lyric Classical is here

    Hello,

    I am pleased to see that the Lyric for Classical guitar is here.
    I would like to fit one to the Fleta copy that I built, when I checked out the bracing pattern, I noticed that there could be an option to mount the mic between main and the diagonal tone bars as well as the recommended position.
    How do I attach a picture?

    Can anyone offer any advice?

    Thank you,
    David Norman

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    There's an "insert image" button on the top of the text field.

    For the Lyric-C, I would definitely try the recommended placement first. Then, if you think that the tone can still be improved, then try some other options. Just be sure to adjust the "mic presence" control at each placement in order to hear what the full range of available tone is.

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    Thank you Caleb,
    I hope the image is now attached,
    David

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    Actually, the space that I would try is directly below the "a" position. I've personally found this to be the most consistent position for the Lyric Classical mic.

    It may vary a little, but it has worked really well for me.

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    Thank you Caleb,
    I will have to start saving my pennies!!
    David

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    Hi Caleb,
    Senor Fleta's bracing bars seem very close together . . .
    . . . can you let me know the dimensions of the Lyric Mic, and it's weight?
    Thank you,
    David

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    The mic weighs .36oz

    It measures at 1/2" wide, 3/4"(center width), 2-1/4" long.

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    Caleb, have you found the alternate position "C" to have any effect on string and fretboard noise? Thx, Mark

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    Caleb,
    That leaves 1/16" each side, but the bracing ends are tapering down at point so if the mike is 3mm from the soundboard it should be vertically clear of the tops of the bracing bars.
    Thank you,
    David Norman.

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