What You need to know about Amulet endpins!
The Amulet M′s endpin can accommodate an endblock depth up to 7/8".
This isn't an issue for most modern guitars, but some older instruments may
have thicker endblocks. If needed, you can check the endblock depth yourself.
While looking in the endblock hole, insert a piece of stiff but flexible wire of any
sort (like an old guitar string) and look to see when it reaches the inside end of
the endblock. Mark the part of the wire that is flush with the outside the endblock
hole with a marker or a piece of tape, or bend it at a right angle to the body of the
guitar so when you remove the wire from the endblock hole, you can clearly see
the depth and measure with it with a ruler. If you find your endblock is thicker than
7/8", Trance Audio can supply you with a specially-designed preamp with an
externally wired endpin that can accommodate an endblock up to
1 1/32" depth. Please contact us for details and cost. If your endblock is thicker than
1 1/32", you will need to contact a luthier to get the endblock internally counterbored
to an appropriate depth.
We have yet to meet an endblock that the original Amulet stereo system′s custom endpin can't accomodate! Please check out the video below for a detailed guide to the stereo endpin installation process.