The 81C is a very good bridge pickup but the 85A is a bit muddy in the neck (like the majority of cheap neck pups).
The DragonFire Crusaders are Seymour Duncan Invader clones that end up sounding better than the real thing. What's wrong with the Invader the Crusaders get right.
The Dragonfire H-90 pickups are humbucker-sized P-90s. I installed them in a Hamer Echotone. Great tone... Just what I was looking for. Cheap, quiet, what is there not to like?
The pick up is better than I hoped, it had a fat, tight, round bass response, great lower mid response and perfect treble with out the shrill.
These are high output, ceramic pickups. Very modern sound. 17.5k bridge and 8.8k neck. So far these pickups are incredible. Much better tone and quality than I expected for their price. Very respectable pickups.
These pickups are great for such a low price. Overall I love the sound. Don't dismiss these pickups just because of the low price, they're just as good as name brand pickups.
The pickups have a nice high output. Both pickups are plenty sensitive to legato techniques. The tone is nice at least for my setup.
The Vintage Buckers are the ultimate humbucker for vintage warmth and clarity. For everything from bues to classic rock, the Buckers can do it.