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Dimarzio 36th anniversary PAF?

sam7

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Anybody tried it before, and what are your thoughts? looking for a PAF style bridge pickup for my strat...
 
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I just put one in a strat- 1 bucker 80's style. Ash body with maple neck and vintage trem. Sounds killer without being too hot or to underwound. Very well eq'd with a good balance across all tonal points.
Highly recommended unless you want dead accurate type unpotted PAF tones

plexi
 
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DGTCrazy

Mod Squad
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I really like mine. They are focused and tight, yet warm and open. They split really well.
 
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Plenty of people rave about them... they seem like an excellent value if you're looking for a PAF-style pup.

I mentioned them to a friend who was looking to upgrade... he just said: "I don't like DiMarzio"... I thought that was rather close minded... DiMarzio was a pioneer in the pup replacement biz.

M
 

harpinon

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They do sound nice I'll say. It took me a little while to get used to them. Especially when switching guitars mid show. The tone is sweet. It takes a bit more push on the amp or pedal gain to distort than hotter pups though.
I put them in an Epi LP. Definite upgrade from what I had. Do I like them better than the Gibby classic '57's......not a chance.
 




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