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Lace Bill Kelliher's Dissonant Aggressors Guitar Pickup Set
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Bill Kelliher, lead guitarist for modern metal trailblazers and twice Grammy Award nominees MASTODON has collaborated with Lace on the most sacrosanc...Click To Read More About This Product
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A sonically versatile humbucker pickup set with superior dynamic response, sustain and tone.
Bill Kelliher, lead guitarist for modern metal trailblazers and twice Grammy Award nominees MASTODON has collaborated with Lace on the most sacrosanct of six-string subjects - his own signature guitar pickups.
Bill came to Lace to realize his vision of a sonically versatile humbucker pickup set with superior dynamic response, unparalleled sustain and impeccable tone. The resultant creation entitled "Dissonant Aggressors" offers to you, the same tone tools as one of metal's brightest stars. Use them like Bill does to blaze your own metal music trail.
Bill Kelliher Metal Guitar Styles
Mastodon's Bill Kelliher is a metal guitar hero - known for shredding Heavy Metal and many of the Metal Guitar sub genre's - Progressive Metal, Sludge Metal, Stoner Metal, Groove Metal, Alternative Metal, Technical Death Metal and Modern Metal.
Bill Kelliher Metal Pickup Specs
2380 Hz peak frequency
1955 Hz peak frequency
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Comments about Lace Bill Kelliher's Dissonant Aggressors Guitar Pickup Set:
I installed a set of these pickups in a Carvin Ct3. Initially I had the guitar in standard tuning. I wasn't as much of a fan of the pickups in standard. They can be a little too bright (easily fixed with some eq adjusting on your amp) but they are always very clear. These are, I believe, based on the alumitone technology. Which if you have played other models, these have a similar tonal quality. Dropping the guitar to drop C was really where the pickups sounded their best to me. The pickups aren't supper hot output and this is a good thing. The bridge does have a mid range spike in it. As a result it sounds aggressive but it doesn't hit the front end of your amp too hard. The neck pickup is a little warmer, but still maintains a very high level of clarity . Both pickups are very usable. They really let your amp's tone and settings work without being in the way too much. Again most of these characteristics could be said about the other alumitone pickups as well. Overall I really like the pickups, especially for lower tunings. If clarity is an issue and you want something that is in fact aggressive but still very usable in other applications these are worth looking in to.