#1
Have dimarzio tonezone and inf3 on my ibanez.
But I want something more aggresive and at cheap price.
Found dragonfire crusaders set at ebay new and very cheap.
Its a good deal?
#2
There is a review about 'em: click
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#3
saw the review.somebody here have these pickups?are good for the price?
thanks
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#4
I would give them a shot. I have a set of their Screamers and I love them.
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#5
We could turn it around. What is your budget, what country do you live in and what kind of bands/genres do you want to play? Amp/pedals is also useful info. Maybe we can suggest better alternatives.
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#6
I almost bought a set recently for my old squier, but I ended up getting a set of GFS premium overwound single coils instead. I like the GFS pups, but I sometimes wish I had gone with the crusaders because I'm more of a high output type guy. One of these days I'll probably change out the overwounds for something else.

I personally have heard pretty good things about Dragonfire, but haven't tried them yet myself.
#7
Live in greece

50euros

Listen(some blues,some classic rock,lots of metal mostly heavy,thrash,power...i like ola englunds guitar sound)

Amp:fender mustang 1 and pedals from fuse!

Want something hi gain...
#8
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Live in greece

50euros

Listen(some blues,some classic rock,lots of metal mostly heavy,thrash,power...i like ola englunds guitar sound)

Amp:fender mustang 1 and pedals from fuse!

Want something hi gain...


ola has a way of making just about any amp sound good. even the POS MG. lots of processing and a really heavy hand.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=be9oMgWXC3g

(don't buy one, they don't sound like that)

but seriously the amp is limiting you. i didn't care for the high gain settings on the mustang.
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#9
Its true!my amp is not the best for metal but i want something more aggresive and dimarzio tonezone is too rock for me:-P
#10
Haven't tried that particular model but I did have a set of the Dragonfire active pickups and they were shit. Bridge pup was okay but the neck pickup was so muddy, you think they made it out of wet dirt.


Probably wouldn't buy from them again.
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I've heard some good things (on forums) about entwistles (from people who've tried high-end pickups too), and they're pretty cheap. They might be worth considering, and won't blow your budget for a better amp later.

I haven't tried them, though. And to be fair, I've heard some more mediocre things about them, too.

Do they have any tanglewood guitar dealers in greece? They come with entwistle pickups stock a lot of the time. That might let you try them before spending any money.

http://www.tanglewoodguitars.co.uk/dealers/world.html there's a distributor there in greece, anyway.
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#12
Dave thanks for your help but this music store is 3 hours away from me...
No here we have not tanglewood guitar dealers.
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