Graph Tech Acousti-Phonic Kit - Advanced

Piezo Pickup System for Electric Guitars (Saddles Sold Separately)
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Turn Any Electric Into an Acoustic at the Flip of a Switch!

Guitarists, are you ready to expand your sonic palette? The Graph Tech Acousti-Phonic Kit is a great way to do it! Retrofit it to your guitar and enjoy stunningly realistic acoustic guitar tones. Better yet, you still have full access to your standard magnetic pickups. Pick one or the other or both, and watch your creative options expand exponentially! The jack auto-senses whether you're running your rig in stereo or mono and adjusts accordingly: when you're in mono, the Acousti-Phonic Kit sums the piezo and magnetic signals to mono; in stereo, the piezo and magnetic signal come out on different channels. Very clever! All you need to do is add the appropriate style Graph Tech saddles to your guitar to complete the Acousti-Phonic Kit and take your sound places you never dreamed!

Graph Tech Acousti-Phonic Kit Fatures at a Glance:
  • (1) Acousti-Phonic Intelligent pre-amp EQ'd for guitar
  • (1) Switchcraft Stereo Switched Output Jack
  • (1) Stereo Output Jack Cable Assembly (R-W-Bu harness, connects jack to pre-amp)
  • (1) Acoustic Volume Cable Assembly (Vi-Y-Gn harness, connects volume pot and mag system to pre-amp)
  • (1) Battery Connector (connects 9v to pre-amp)
  • (1) Battery Holder (metal clip that holds 9V battery)
  • (1) QuickSwitch for mag/both/acoustic
  • (1) Acoustic Volume Pot with Mid/Dark Switch
  • Saddles Sold Separately

Tech Specs

Type Piezo
Manufacturer Part Number PK-0240-00

Customer Reviews

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Love my Ghost

I have a full Graphtech Ghost system in my rebuilt Epiphone Dot. It is now my ultimate guitar. I bought the dot a couple of years back with the intent of rebuilding it into a guitar I actually wanted not something I was forced to settle on. I started by gutting the Dot and replacing all of it's hardware. I put in all CTS pots and, put a coil tapped 59 in the neck and, a Pearly Gates in the bridge. I merged the two tone pots to one overall tone pot to free up a hole for the Graphtech volume knob. I moved the input jack after replacing it with a Switchcraft jack, to the side of the guitar, in the same place a Les Paul would have it. I put the Ghost/magnetic/both pickup selector switch the hole where the input jack used to be. I also replaced the whole bridge and tailpiece assembly with Graphtech stuff. Caped it of with a Tusq nut and, had the frets crowned and leveled and, Hello Nurse! It's everything I wanted in a guitar. I send the acoustic sound to my acoustic rig and, the electric sound to my amp rig and, it's heaven. No more changing guitars for certain songs. No more of those awkward stands that hold the acoustic for you. Whole new possibilities in live play that could never be achieved before. I can run both at the same time I can flip a switch and play the acoustic on a verse and the electric on the bridge and, back to both for the chorus. It's awesome. It's a stunning sound that gets a lot of compliments and, more then a few people looking around trying to figure out where the acoustic is coming from. Other guitar players are always asking me what pickup system I'm using and, they all want my guitar. I tell em all, build your own you won't regret it.

Amazingly good accoustic replication

I was curious about the claims of this product, so I took a chance and ordered one. As usual Sweetwater took good care of me, and it showed up the next day. I installed it in an import strat copy, Installation was pretty straight forward and in no time I was ready to try it out. I was blown away at how close it sounds to an acoustic. I ran it straight into the PA with no eq and added a little reverb. I then did a back to back with my Martin dcpa5k You would be hard pressed to tell the difference.
Music background: Bar band musician
See also: Guitar Pickups, Graph Tech, Graph Tech Electric Guitar Pickups