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DiMarzio DP200 Steve Morse Model Bridge

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Micro humbucker pour guitare de la marque DiMarzio appartenant à la série High Power

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  • blackhorseblackhorse

    Très bon micro polyvalent

    DiMarzio DP200 Steve Morse Model BridgePublié le 29/03/23 à 17:18
    Installé sur une Epiphone bas de gamme en tilleul, les harmoniques sortent toutes seules, les graves ne bavent pas, médiums présents mais pas envahissants, aigus pas stridents bref très content de cet acquisition ! un micro qui gagne à être connu, ça faisait 48 ans qui je n'avais pas acheté de Dimarzio mais celui-là est vraiment très bon.
  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Mordent médiums haute, mais pas sévère

    DiMarzio DP200 Steve Morse Model BridgePublié le 25/03/11 à 20:58
    contenu en anglais (contenu en anglais)
    Steve Morse collaborated with DiMarzio to create his own signature pickups way back in the early 80s. The goal was to create a pickup that was balanced but has strong midrange. The pickup features adjustable pole pieces on both coils, four conductor wiring and a ceramic magnet.

    The Steve Morse Bridge model is a really cool pickup. It’s pretty hot and has this high midrange bite. The low end notes bloom nicely, and the high notes sound crisp without sounding harsh. The real cool thing about this is that it can work nicely in a single pickup guitar body. The pushed midrange is what gives this its unique tone. Steve wanted something with bite, and this pickup delivers. Split coil sounds are pretty cool. I’ve never tried it in parallel, so I can’t comment on that.

    The pickup works great in nearly any wood you can think of. If you put it in mahogany, there will be a lot of midrange, but it’ll sound fat. If you put it in basswood, everything will sound pretty even. In alder, it delivers a slight bite that many 80s guitarists had back in the day. However, take all of this with a grain of salt as every piece of wood is different. You need to see what your individual guitar needs and choose according to that.

    Steve Morse and DiMarzio created a really cool pickup. If you’re looking for a fat, bitey pickup that’s still clear and has really cool harmonics going on, this is the pickup for you. Just be aware that this is a fairly high output pickup. If you have a more modern amp that has tons of gain, it might be worth considering some of the lower output models that DiMarzio offers. That, or you could just run a noise gate and everything will be nice and quiet.