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Dimarzio EJ Custom
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Kramer pacer
Screamin' deamon (neck)
Live-wire metal (bridge, 18v)
Finaly knobs that go to 11
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#4
Quote by MilanV
Dimarzio EJ Custom

Yeah, these aren't single coils.

Dimarzio HS-3's, which are stacked singles, have a lower output than pretty much any true single coils I've browsed through on the net.
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why would you want low output? and also can someone please clear up the difference for me? the only thing i can think of is high output means better for metal? maybe? please do tell so i dont look like a ********* lol
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Quote by screamodream
why would you want low output? and also can someone please clear up the difference for me? the only thing i can think of is high output means better for metal? maybe? please do tell so i dont look like a ********* lol

Low output means you'll get cleaner cleans and not very much distortion even with high gain, high output means you'll get more distorted distortions but you'll need to turn down the volume on your guitar to get a clean sound.
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Quote by Malllen
Yeah, these aren't single coils.

Dimarzio HS-3's, which are stacked singles, have a lower output than pretty much any true single coils I've browsed through on the net.


hm how is possible if its stacked? so its lower output than vintage ones?