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" All good!"

Bare Knuckle Pickups HolydiverPublished on 03/28/13 at 03:48
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for three weeks now! I received in the mail and I ordered in black battleworn.
The finish is a killer.
The only micro with which I can really compare is the Dimarzio D-Sonic that I had before.
It was too rough in serious too aggressive in high-mids, not enough punch in the midrange. Anyway, I wanted to go to the opposite taking this holydiver: good fat midrange, treble sweetened, low soft and compact.

Verdict: the microphone is aggressive if necessary. I have still much lower high mids on my amp, because I was not used as a micro ... percussive in this area.
The highs are present but quite sweet, and it's nice to hit a solo.
It is a micro-laden low mids, but not......
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I use it for three weeks now! I received in the mail and I ordered in black battleworn.
The finish is a killer.
The only micro with which I can really compare is the Dimarzio D-Sonic that I had before.
It was too rough in serious too aggressive in high-mids, not enough punch in the midrange. Anyway, I wanted to go to the opposite taking this holydiver: good fat midrange, treble sweetened, low soft and compact.

Verdict: the microphone is aggressive if necessary. I have still much lower high mids on my amp, because I was not used as a micro ... percussive in this area.
The highs are present but quite sweet, and it's nice to hit a solo.
It is a micro-laden low mids, but not low: the sound is always tight, accurate means all the notes (you can push the bass knob, no worries), even on large agreements (j 'like agreements 7M).

I have lots of clips on my soundcloud if you go (I recommend Mithril Fury Def and Turtle).

By the way: my guitar is tuned in D Standard, so stay well this tight tuning, it is cool!

The value for money is what it is, it's handmade.

I would do this choice ... I do not know. There are plenty of microphones at Bare Knuckle, and I want to try ... As cold sweat for example, or the miracle man.
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  • Manufacturer: Bare Knuckle Pickups
  • Model: Holydiver
  • Series: Humbuckers Contemporary
  • Category: Humbucker guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 11/05/2007

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Other names: holydiver, , holy diver

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