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Tornade MS Pickups Firebird Set
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  • manuzotmanuzot

    A must have!

    Tornade MS Pickups Firebird SetPublished on 12/17/13 at 12:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The pickups are humbuckers with Alnico 5.
    Well balanced, its linear, not mushy.
    Harmonics are beautiful.
    Respond well to lower volume and pick attack.
    If you want SON, do not hesitate!
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  • Bret SinclairBret Sinclair

    My SD antiquity no longer the weight!

    Tornade MS Pickups Firebird SetPublished on 07/06/13 at 05:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mounted on an SG-X 94 (with an adapter, since before there was a Gibson HB 500 T), I feel like a Firebird in the hands, without the weight and without the clutter!
    To me Stephen Stills!
    Thank you Marc!
  • StickybrothersStickybrothers

    Slap Made in France!

    Tornade MS Pickups Firebird SetPublished on 03/15/13 at 05:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    My 91 Gibson Firebird was unfortunately produced with hyper powerful microphones 22k and 14k (like today for that matter), with a sound very close to a Les Paul and without current definitions!

    So I contacted Marc "Tornado MS Pickups" which I made (by hand) a set of mini humbuckers as at the time of the first Firebird from 63 to 65.
    And then ... the Slap I found a guitar that sounds like a Bird worthy of the name.
    Neck or Bridge you get for your money.
    Definition Grain, reduced volume or not, its clear or drive is a killer!!

    I previously tried a set of Seymour Duncan Antiquity "Nothing" ..

    To summarize, why buy Made in USA microphones relatively expensive while in France, Mar…
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    My 91 Gibson Firebird was unfortunately produced with hyper powerful microphones 22k and 14k (like today for that matter), with a sound very close to a Les Paul and without current definitions!

    So I contacted Marc "Tornado MS Pickups" which I made (by hand) a set of mini humbuckers as at the time of the first Firebird from 63 to 65.
    And then ... the Slap I found a guitar that sounds like a Bird worthy of the name.
    Neck or Bridge you get for your money.
    Definition Grain, reduced volume or not, its clear or drive is a killer!!

    I previously tried a set of Seymour Duncan Antiquity "Nothing" ..

    To summarize, why buy Made in USA microphones relatively expensive while in France, Marc
    (Nice guy Hyper) makes you pure wonders with lifelike sound to your taste or reworked for a more than reasonable price!
    PS: I have also tried other mics set its production ..... Ouch ..
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