#1
hi i was wondering if anybody knew if the dragon fire active pickups were actually any good ?
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#2
I recall someone on UG mentioning that the Dragonfire actives aren't worth picking up. Can't recall the reason tho.
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I recall someone on UG mentioning that the Dragonfire actives aren't worth picking up. Can't recall the reason tho.


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#5
They are great. Higher output than meg's I believe. I had some, sold them as I never liked actives as much as I thought I did.

Better than say emgs and blackouts? Maybe not, but not as compressed sound imo. For 80 bucks a set I think they are a great value if your lookign for some active pickups.
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