Finally tried some Wolfetone pick-ups...

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  1. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    Replaced the Duncan Live Wire (hotter than a EMG85 into booster) in my Australian PRS Single type guitar.
    My boss had some Wolfetone pick-ups around.
    First impression was that they seemed a bit subdues, but they records pretty flooping well...
    http://eddegenaro.com/audio/oz5.mp3

    www.wolfetone.com
     
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    Well that is certainly a fine way to get someone to focus on the sound of a pickup.
    What was the name of them again? ah who cares. See what I mean:D .

    Yikes Ed, "you really did it good this time Lucy". :RoCkIn

    Peace you maniac,
    Duffy
     
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    That sounds nice, what amp?
    besides that though, how does it sound in the lower registers and more clean etc?
     
  5. Ed DeGenaro

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    Old Marshall...I'll put a clip up in the next few days. I dig 'em.
     
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    They sound great. And i'm really digging the space your in these days too, Ed.
     
  7. Ed DeGenaro

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    Yeah..it's my homage to John Lee Hooker! :)
     
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    Lol, sorry to bring up the past, but this clip rules... especially since it's supposed to comment on a pickup.
     
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    Wow, that's insane! Almost as if someone sampled each note individually and then played it back on a sequencer. I mean that as a compliment about the melodic contour and clean technique, not to imply that it's mechanical in any way. Hey, it would also make an awesome ringtone! Maybe a new business- "Mr. Degenaro's Scary Lick Ringtones"?
     
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    Haha, it's going onto my phone as my new ringer right now.
     
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    As a matter of fact I received a postal box with 2 sets of wolfetones, (Dr. Vintage and Legends) today.

    the Dr. Vintage is going into my Collings I-35, and the Legends into a Les Paul 59R (both with extra coils for splitting).

    Been a Wolfe fan for a while. Whenever I get a new guitar, the first thing I do is pull the pickups out and install Wolfetones. I have both the Dr. Vintage and the Legends on a couple of guitars -- They really shine when you split them.
     
  12. Ed DeGenaro

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    Sorry, but you're a few years too late, Fender already got that covered. And they got some off the wall stuff that makes this sound like kiddie stuff.
     
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    You are a maniac!!! :dude:AOK:BEER

    Love ya strudel!!

    ~R~
     

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