#1
hi UG! i was looking for a guitar under 1000$ , that have a dimarzio pickup on it as a stock pickup.

i have seen most guitars have dimarzio on it, is over 1000$ . for example - vai , satriani and those kinds of ibanez guitars. also musicman's one.

if you know any guitar that has dimarzios installed on it please write . i m not into changing pickups.
#3
If you want Dimarzios then you'd best get into changing pickups.
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#4
If you buy pickups and a guitar at the same time chances are the place you buy them from will put them in for free (unless it is an online shop of course)
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#5
Why does it have to have a Dimarzio? And what sort of Dimarzio? They make a lot of different pickups, just having any Dimarzio is a pretty pointless requirement for a guitar.
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thanks man for the info,

and those who are telling , changing pickups, i know this is an option, but unfortunately from where m writing ,doesn't have the pickup changing facility. i have to buy via net. thats why i made this post. thanks.
#8
look into some of the Prestige Ibanez Guitars, most of them have Dimarzio pickups. why must it be dimarzio tho??
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#9
new charvel pro mods

bc rich gunslinger retro (older model if you can still find them, the newer ones have rockfields and the very newest one has duncan designed... cost-cutting for the win i guess )

lag jet 500

those are the ones i can think of off-hand.
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#10
Ibanez Prestiges (the 2550s and above)
I think the Ibanez RG450 has them....it's the limited edition one though
#11
ah yeah that's true, the HS one. Though personally i'd give that one a wide berth as it has an edge III. I'd rather it had stock ibby pickups but a decent trem, lol.
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thanks man for the info,

and those who are telling , changing pickups, i know this is an option, but unfortunately from where m writing ,doesn't have the pickup changing facility. i have to buy via net. thats why i made this post. thanks.


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You could also consider getting a guitar with seymour duncans in. They are a lot easier to come by and many of their pickups have the same tonal qualities as certain dimarzios. E.g Tone Zone + Paf Pro = JB/'59 (roughly)

The JB/'59 combo is used on many stock guitars
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You could also consider getting a guitar with seymour duncans in. They are a lot easier to come by and many of their pickups have the same tonal qualities as certain dimarzios. E.g Tone Zone + Paf Pro = JB/'59 (roughly)

The JB/'59 combo is used on many stock guitars


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Very very very roughly then

That's what was recommended to me as similar to JB/'59 when I had to buy dimarzios
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#15
hehe

well i mean i guess they're similar in that the TZ and JB are both pretty high output alnico V bridge humbuckers, while the paf pro and '59 are both lower output alnico V neck humbuckers.

But in terms of tone, they're quite different- the JB is pretty bright and has a big upper mid spike, while the TZ is a lot darker, more lower mids etc.

And while the '59 and TZ are probably closer, they're still a bit different, the '59 sounds more vintage, while the paf pro, although fairly low output, also sounds quite modern.
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#16
thanks a lot for sharing guitar informations. i will check those out

and those who want to know why the dimarzio - i have tried various guitars at the shop, and dimarzio's sounds really good to me ears . i have seymour duncans already in my Rhoads . so m willing to buy another guitar that has dimazios installed .

thanks again brothers for replying.
#17
^You should check what Dimarzio's the guitar you liked had, they have a lot of different pickups, and not all would be what you're looking for.
The Charvel Pro Mod is a great suggestion though, they are very nice guitars. From what I've heard, the Japanese models are much better value (and some say just plain better overall) than the USA models.
#18
yeah definitely, i mean the dimarzios i've tried (and i've maybe only tried a quarter of the dimarzio range, if even that) all sounded pretty different.
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