#1
anyone know how it plays??? apparently designed for him with damage plan. would it suit a fuky metal sound?
#2
It sounds like crap.
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#3
it sounds like crap if you play like crap.

its real punchy, and kind of high on the treble end but all in all its a good pickup, its horrible clean, but its not supposed to be good clean. it will fit a metal sound just fine
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#4
nice, so stay away ffrom duncs then? from each of the major pickup manufacturers, what would be the best bridge pickup for funk metal, nice low end with plenty of gain...I run through a randall 1/2 stack too.
#5
eh not from duncans just from the dimebucker, im thinkin a gibson pickup might do you well, lots of body tons of low end, i think a dirty finger bridge pickup might work, or the 490t or 500, go check out their pickups at their website, they have a whole section for pickups, their outputs and what theyre good for

im having a hard time putting together *funk metal* in my head, is that like, 311?
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#6
Hm... I think the SLSD-1 George Lynch Li’l Screamin’ Demon would fit your description.
Tiger style.
#7
funk metal is extreme style. even pantera, although more heavy, is also a fuky power groove you know, like 5 minutes alone, regular people, psycho holiday...
#8
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it sounds like crap if you play like crap.

its real punchy, and kind of high on the treble end but all in all its a good pickup, its horrible clean, but its not supposed to be good clean. it will fit a metal sound just fine

It sounds like crap because there isn't a lot of note definition. No clarity.
#9
Quote by zed leppelin
it sounds like crap if you play like crap.

its real punchy, and kind of high on the treble end but all in all its a good pickup, its horrible clean, but its not supposed to be good clean. it will fit a metal sound just fine


Bull shit. Dimarzio Evo's make you sound bad if you can't play well, the Dimebucker is just an out and out poor pickup that does too much treble with a name slapped on it.
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I was so glad when my cat got spayed. Everytime I was near her she meowed and bent over wanting me to stick it in her. Really gross.