#1
Im getting an Ibanez RG7321 soon and im thinking about putting a set of DiMarzio D-Activators in her. im looking for a hard rock/metal tone and have heard some pretty good things about these pups. will they mix well with the basswood body and the low tuning?
#5
If you have a good tube amp then they should pretty good. If you don't have a good tube amp then save your money and get a good tube amp 1st.
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#7
Yes they work well together. Petrucci's original MM guitars were basswood with DiMarzios (different ones though).
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#8
Quote by lp_dude_2
well i believe my B-52 AT-212 with a High Gain JJ Re-tube kit is good enough, wouldnt you say?


Should work well then.
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#10
Might want to consider the D-Sonic and the Blaze bridge too.
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#11
I'd recommend twin Blazes.
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#12
Quote by aznrockerdude
Might want to consider the D-Sonic and the Blaze bridge too.


used to have a D-Sonic, didnt like it, sounded to sterial to me

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I'd recommend twin Blazes.


blazes huh? ill look into them. any piticular reason why you recomend them?
#13
Quote by lp_dude_2
blazes huh? ill look into them. any piticular reason why you recomend them?
Them's my personal favourite pickups. No matter how I eq it, it stays clear. Clear bass, clear treble, clear inbetween if your amp pumps strong mids. I find that where a ToneZone gets muddy, the Blaze stays crisp.

Ibanez Universes come standard with Blazes, and they do make some lovely sounds.
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#14
Got a D-Activator in the bridge of my RG1570 and it sounds great. Got a breed in the birdge too, lovely warm tone.
#15
well i looked into them and they do sound pretty nice. but i noticed there was a Blaze 7 and a Blaze Custom 7, the Custom has more mids and was labeled more of a soloist's pup, which im mainly a rythem player, but i do dabble in soloing once in awhile. which do yall think would be better, the regular Blaze 7 or the Custom?