#1
Anyone have any experience with it? If so, how does it sound? Is it a heavy as EMG's?
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#2
I replaced the 81 in the bridge of my Schecter Hellraiser with a D-Sonic and I absolutely love it. It sounds incredible. Do not hesitate to buy one.
#3
Putting the bar-side of the pick-up towards the bridge will get you a Really tight tone, and can achieve djent very well. With the bar-side towards the neck, it's a really fat tone. I'd totally recommend buying one, great pick-up when I tried it out.
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Quote by bowen
Putting the bar-side of the pick-up towards the bridge will get you a Really tight tone, and can achieve djent very well. With the bar-side towards the neck, it's a really fat tone. I'd totally recommend buying one, great pick-up when I tried it out.



Correct me if I'm wrong,since I very well may be,but the installation you described is for the 7 string version f the D-sonic,and for the 6 string it's the opposite.On the 7 the bar towards the bridge tightens the sound and gives it more attack,and on the 6 string version putting the bar towards the neck gets you that sound,or at least I think it does.


Semantics aside,it's a great pickup.I have one in my 7 string and it can get really heavy,but it remains balanced and articulate and is very responsive to picking dynamics and phrasing.The D-sonic beats an 81 any day IMO.I was going to put one in one of my sixers,but I went for the Steve's Special instead,which is another great articulate metal pup.

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