#2
If you want something with an Alnico II magnet you're probably better off looking at Duncan's - Slash uses the Duncan Alnico II Pro, Page's tone was generally a bit more ragged and the Pearly Gates might be a better bet for that.

If you've got a tremelo bridge and a non-mahogany guitar then you might get close with Dimarzio Breeds.
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#3
Dimarzio Super Distortion?
I think that Duncans are your better option for that sot of sound. Slash uses Duncan Alinco II Pros
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Jimi Page uses Gibson Custom Jimi Page Burst Buckers and Slash uses Seymour Duncan Aph-1 Alnico II pickups.
#6
The Breeds are nothing like Evo's...they're really fat and warm with a rounded top end as opposed to the screaming highs and cutting mids of the Evolutions. Effectively they're a beefed up, overwound vintage-voiced pickup, which means they're very warm and fat in mahogany. They will give you back some of the punch that you lose with the floyd though. You'll get the Slash neck tone no problem, but I'm not sure if the bridge would be a bit too warm and fat for what you're looking for. Having said that, installing them with series/parallel switching micht do the trick.

The Super Distortin isn't exactly a metalhead pickup, but it's not what you're looking for either!
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Jimi Page uses Gibson Custom Jimi Page Burst Buckers and Slash uses Seymour Duncan Aph-1 Alnico II pickups.


There it is. If you are really going for they're tone, why not just use their pickups?
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#8
^Maybe he prefers DiMarzio's? And for good reason! Try maybe Virtual PAF's? Check out their medium-output pickups. I don't know them by name, I only use high-output.

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^Maybe he prefers DiMarzio's? And for good reason! Try maybe Virtual PAF's? Check out their medium-output pickups. I don't know them by name, I only use high-output.


actually, slash uses a low output pickup for his signature sound... page is medium output..
maybe the Paf Pro/joe/fred.. or an Air zone/norton
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#10
^Well. Didn't know that. The Air Norton would probably work for you in the bridge, actually. It's my neck pickup, but it had a nice sound in the bridge too. Very smooth.

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I'm looking for something which sounds like Page\Slash bridge\overdriven sound - is there in DiMarzio store any pickup which sound is similar to this (with alnico II magnet and similar sound characteristic)


actually, slash used the neck pup 99% of the time, and page like using the middle pup selection. so its not really the bridge that counts, if you want that slash sound. definitely try alnico ii pro's, those are slash's actual pups.
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