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The difference between a vintage Strat bridge pickup sound and a classic Broadcaster or Tele tone is mostly a...
Clarity, warm tone and high output.
Exceptionally tight, designed as a match for the Blaze humbuckers in split mode.
In the neck position, the sound is warm and well defined‚ equally useful with clean or overdriven amps. In the...
It's not any bigger than a single-coil pickup, but the sound of the Fast Track 2 puts it right in the wide...
Crisp twang and snap of a good Telecaster tone with more output and no noise problems.<br />
Very round tone in the neck position and more biting bridge sound.
There are two kinds of Tele players: country pickers for whom twang is king (we don't make Twang King pickups...
Keep it colorful while you're keepin' it real.
Soapbar : Recommended For: All positions on solid body guitars.Tech Talk: We've made a pickup that performs...
Devastating tone and balance that can be tuned by adjusting pole piece heights.
The natural choice for outstanding acoustic tone.
What makes a great vintage humbucker? A soft magnetic field, sweet tone, a perfect balance between warmth and...
The Classic Rock Humbucker Pre-Wired Pickup Set includes the PAF 36th Anniversary humbucker, Super Distortion...
Many factors influence your guitar's sound, some of which are more important than others. However, it wouldn't be wrong to say that the single most critical factor are the pickups. Whether you're building a guitar from scratch or simply making an upgrade, a new guitar pickup can do wonders for your overall tone and performance. These days there are many brand name pickups to choose from, but not many are as trusted and respected as DiMarzio.
Before choosing a pickup, it's important to consider what kind of sound you wish to achieve. For beginners, a great way to start is by doing some research on what your favorite artists use. Single coil pickups, for example, are known for producing more treble, and can be hard on many classic recordings ranging from Eric Clapton to Jimi Hendrix. Humbuckers on the other hand have a thicker sound and are generally preferred by heavier groups. Whatever you prefer, keep in mind that not every brand uses the same high quality electronics, which is why your best bet is to go with a company that has a reputation amongst industry professionals. In other words, you don't need to look any further than DiMarzio guitar pickups.
Throughout the DiMarzio catalog, you'll find everything from single coils and humbuckers, to Tele-neck pickups and even prewired pickguards. One of DiMarzio's most popular pickups is the DP100 Super Distortion pickup. Heard on many classic rock albums from the 70's and 80's, this is the DiMarzio pickup that started it all. With its hot output and screaming mid-boost, you'll have no problem improving your sound with this legendary humbucker pickup. Another top item is the DiMarzio DP189 Tone Zone S Strat humbucker pickup. With extraordinary harmonics and an astounding bass response and mid-range, this pickup comes highly recommended for solid body guitars at the bridge position.
Legends ranging from Eddie Van Halen and Joe Satriani are well-known stars who've counted on DiMarzio pickups to provide them with the crunch and power that they're so renowned for. Since 1972, DiMarzio has consistently remained a first-rate manufacturer of direct-replacement guitar pickups... which is why all over the world, DiMarzio pickups will continue to be heard in full force on the world's biggest stages.