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Delano

PMVC4 FE/M2 Black

Delano PMVC4 FE/M2 4 String Precision BassÂź Pickup

wave form bullet iconVery tight low end with crisp top end

data science bullet iconSnappy attack with a wide dynamic range

high output bullet iconMedium to high output

hand protest bullet iconStingrayÂź Style Grind in a P Bass

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DESCRIPTION & TECH

The big poles grab all the strings movements with zero loss. Specially engineered magnets and custom wound coils make up for a bass transducer ready to redefine the word PRECISION.

Just imagine meaty P-BassÂź tone with in-your-face StingrayÂź style grind and attack, and then you got at least the frame of the picture. Due to its tight broad frequency range, this is a GREAT pickup for nu-school funk and rock players, it loves drop tuned basses and massive tone tweaking.

Available with Black or White pickup covers.

Includes Pickup screw tubing and black screws.

Shielded 1-conductor cable

Delano PMVC4 FE/M2 Wiring Diagram


DIMENSIONS

Size: 
2.22" [56.4mm] Long
1.08" [27.4mm] Wide (each shell)

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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DarKe Live
Replacing EMG Selects

Wasn't quite sure what to expect with these except that I knew it would be an upgrade from the EMG Selects that I put in when I built the bass. To be perfectly fair, I also switched to a 500k volume pot from a 250k and also changed from a ceramic .047 capacitor to an Orange Drop of the same value. I play flat wounds that have been on the bass for the 14 years that it's been in existence. Mahogany tone wood with a maple neck. I run passive for now and may add a preamp at a later date with a push/pull switch pot.

The first thing I noticed was the wider range of tonality as well as a slightly increased output. The more I compared older recordings with the EMG, the more I noticed the clarity and richer tones the pups put out. I'm able to get the deep tones on the lower strings and keep some of the highs on the upper strings without getting a ton of fret twang.

If you're on the fence, jump. You won't be disappointed.

As for the company, they shipped them out quick and packed well for the transit from Maine to Arizona. A+ 10/10 would recommend.

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Rudy Trevino
Delano Fat and juicey!

Delano pickups are the best sounding for passive bass. They are nice and articulate without sounding mushy! I have been playing bass for a very long time and these guys are the real deal! Thanks Fat bass tone!

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Charly charlyhess51@gmail.com
Delano pbass pickups

I own over a dozen of these and have had every pickup made. These in my opinion blow everything away.

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Marin Deboveanu
the solution to my problem

Delano products are made in Germany, less popular than other brands, so in North America it’s a bit tricky to get Delano pickups or preamps. I am a fan of the brand. I have/ had Delano in almost all my axes, and to get the gear I had to deal directly with Delano in Germany. Fat tone Bass simplified the process, they had is stock what I needed, and they provided a great tracking and customer support/ follow-up. I am a happy customer. The pickup I bought and installed in my P bass, was a game changer. Tone became punchier, and alive, and the bass stays way more pregnant in the mix. I’m subjective, but the above description came from my bandmates :).

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Kyle Vinther
Great Service and Product

Max was extremely helpful and informative. Nice small business. Support them!

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
100%
(6)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
DarKe Live
Replacing EMG Selects

Wasn't quite sure what to expect with these except that I knew it would be an upgrade from the EMG Selects that I put in when I built the bass. To be perfectly fair, I also switched to a 500k volume pot from a 250k and also changed from a ceramic .047 capacitor to an Orange Drop of the same value. I play flat wounds that have been on the bass for the 14 years that it's been in existence. Mahogany tone wood with a maple neck. I run passive for now and may add a preamp at a later date with a push/pull switch pot.

The first thing I noticed was the wider range of tonality as well as a slightly increased output. The more I compared older recordings with the EMG, the more I noticed the clarity and richer tones the pups put out. I'm able to get the deep tones on the lower strings and keep some of the highs on the upper strings without getting a ton of fret twang.

If you're on the fence, jump. You won't be disappointed.

As for the company, they shipped them out quick and packed well for the transit from Maine to Arizona. A+ 10/10 would recommend.

R
Rudy Trevino
Delano Fat and juicey!

Delano pickups are the best sounding for passive bass. They are nice and articulate without sounding mushy! I have been playing bass for a very long time and these guys are the real deal! Thanks Fat bass tone!

C
Charly charlyhess51@gmail.com
Delano pbass pickups

I own over a dozen of these and have had every pickup made. These in my opinion blow everything away.

M
Marin Deboveanu
the solution to my problem

Delano products are made in Germany, less popular than other brands, so in North America it’s a bit tricky to get Delano pickups or preamps. I am a fan of the brand. I have/ had Delano in almost all my axes, and to get the gear I had to deal directly with Delano in Germany. Fat tone Bass simplified the process, they had is stock what I needed, and they provided a great tracking and customer support/ follow-up. I am a happy customer. The pickup I bought and installed in my P bass, was a game changer. Tone became punchier, and alive, and the bass stays way more pregnant in the mix. I’m subjective, but the above description came from my bandmates :).

K
Kyle Vinther
Great Service and Product

Max was extremely helpful and informative. Nice small business. Support them!

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