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DiMarzio DP703 Blaze Custom
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  • DiMarzio DP703 Blaze CustomPublished on 05/16/09 at 05:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I kept it on my guitar for a year

    C'tait microphones mounted on the high end Ibanez RG7 the late 90's. Now they are mounted on the Ibanez Steve Va.

    Her trs DiMarzio, clean, clean, fairly neutral but dynamic. It has an output level sufficient lev look like without its assets. on the other hand, sending a lot more than the PAF, for example.

    It is a micro size for distos. Edge, no background noise and Feedback arriving pretty slowly. It has a curve legalization highlighting the mids and treble. It was not too low level lev which allows for a big sound without having the bass who drool over everything else. The opposite of a PAF

    It has an output level too lev to produce crystal......
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    I kept it on my guitar for a year

    C'tait microphones mounted on the high end Ibanez RG7 the late 90's. Now they are mounted on the Ibanez Steve Va.

    Her trs DiMarzio, clean, clean, fairly neutral but dynamic. It has an output level sufficient lev look like without its assets. on the other hand, sending a lot more than the PAF, for example.

    It is a micro size for distos. Edge, no background noise and Feedback arriving pretty slowly. It has a curve legalization highlighting the mids and treble. It was not too low level lev which allows for a big sound without having the bass who drool over everything else. The opposite of a PAF

    It has an output level too lev to produce crystal clear sounds.
    But against, if you stand on a ibanez with a switch 5 positions, the positions 2 APRS the bridge, put two microphones SERIES parrallle and not like most of the guitar. aa the effect of producing a clear sound like a Start with acute and senior mdiums Submitted trs. In a distortion can get something vintage trs typ.

    I have since replaced on my RG7620 7 by evolution which makes it very similar. Except that the evo is more dynamic, more volume and produces a violent, much less neutral.
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  • More mids than the Blaze Bridge

    DiMarzio DP703 Blaze CustomPublished on 03/27/11 at 14:52
    The DiMarzio Blaze Custom is a DiMarzio Blaze but with more midrange. This also makes it a bit hotter than the original Blaze as well. It features adjustable pole pieces on both coils, four conductor wiring and a ceramic magnet.

    The original Blaze Bride was a pretty good pickup, but the newer Blaze Custom is a bit better, in my opinion. The boosted midrange helps really kick this pickup into overdrive without sounding too muddy. It doesn’t clean up as nicely as the original Blaze Bridge did, but it wasn’t really meant to. This pickup isn’t too powerful to where it’ll make everything like a square wave, but it also isn’t so weak that you’ll be wanting more power all the time.

    The......
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    The DiMarzio Blaze Custom is a DiMarzio Blaze but with more midrange. This also makes it a bit hotter than the original Blaze as well. It features adjustable pole pieces on both coils, four conductor wiring and a ceramic magnet.

    The original Blaze Bride was a pretty good pickup, but the newer Blaze Custom is a bit better, in my opinion. The boosted midrange helps really kick this pickup into overdrive without sounding too muddy. It doesn’t clean up as nicely as the original Blaze Bridge did, but it wasn’t really meant to. This pickup isn’t too powerful to where it’ll make everything like a square wave, but it also isn’t so weak that you’ll be wanting more power all the time.

    The bass on this is nice and fairly tight. It has enough to sound big but without sounding overly bass heavy. The treble on this is slightly pushed back, but the midrange helps make up for that. The boosted midrange makes this pickup be like a very powerful PAF style pickup. While this was designed around basswood, it works in pretty much most any wood. Keep in mind that mahogany is a very midrange heavy wood, so there might be a bit of an onslaught of midrange, but it shouldn’t be too bad. Again, it all depends on how that particular piece of wood sounds. Split coil and parallel sounds on this aren’t too bad.

    If you’re looking for a nice, hot bridge pickup for your seven string guitar, this is a cool option to check out. I ran this for a long time before I finally settled on the Evolution 7. I decided that I wanted a tighter, more focused sounding pickup, hence the change. This thing sounds a bit bigger than the Evolution 7, so it all depends on what you are going for.
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