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DragonFire: Crusaders SetPickups
DragonFire: Crusaders Set

The DragonFire Crusaders are Seymour Duncan Invader clones that end up sounding better than the real thing. What's wrong with the Invader the Crusaders get right.

POSTED: 07/04/2013 - 03:39 am

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DragonFire: Power RailsPickups
DragonFire: Power Rails

These pickups are great for such a low price. Overall I love the sound. Don't dismiss these pickups just because of the low price, they're just as good as name brand pickups.

POSTED: 02/14/2013 - 03:59 am

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DragonFire: 81C/85APickups
DragonFire: 81C/85A

The 81C is a very good bridge pickup but the 85A is a bit muddy in the neck (like the majority of cheap neck pups).

POSTED: 02/13/2013 - 03:18 am

7.5
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DragonFire: Hot Rails Stacked HumbuckerPickups
DragonFire: Hot Rails Stacked Humbucker

The pick up is better than I hoped, it had a fat, tight, round bass response, great lower mid response and perfect treble with out the shrill.

POSTED: 07/09/2012 - 04:11 am

9.5
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DragonFire: Phat ScreamersPickups
DragonFire: Phat Screamers

These are high output, ceramic pickups. Very modern sound. 17.5k bridge and 8.8k neck. So far these pickups are incredible. Much better tone and quality than I expected for their price. Very respectable pickups.

POSTED: 06/01/2012 - 02:40 am

8.3
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DragonFire: H-90Pickups
DragonFire: H-90

The Dragonfire H-90 pickups are humbucker-sized P-90s. I installed them in a Hamer Echotone. Great tone... Just what I was looking for. Cheap, quiet, what is there not to like?

POSTED: 03/19/2012 - 03:39 am

8.1
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DragonFire: ScreamersPickups
DragonFire: Screamers

The pickups have a nice high output. Both pickups are plenty sensitive to legato techniques. The tone is nice at least for my setup.

POSTED: 07/25/2011 - 03:50 am

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