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Praise this pickup!

Bare Knuckle Pickups JuggernautPublished on 04/23/14 at 06:14
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Let me begin by saying that this is definitely the best pickup I've ever had (for my taste).

I for 6 months, and before I had a Bare Knuckle Holydiver. On another guitar, I have Dimarzio D-Sonic.
The Juggernaut crushes the latter clearly more generous in the low mids, more precise, tighter, less compressed, warmer, less "narrow".

Otherwise, itself, I would say that it is a micro generous, with a good level of output, but not too much. It is a micro tight enough, almost "dry" compared to others, but in a good sense (not mushy). He loves winning, and is still very clear, with superb definition for each string (even on my guitar in Drop Do). The highs are very soft, which is nice...…
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Let me begin by saying that this is definitely the best pickup I've ever had (for my taste).

I for 6 months, and before I had a Bare Knuckle Holydiver. On another guitar, I have Dimarzio D-Sonic.
The Juggernaut crushes the latter clearly more generous in the low mids, more precise, tighter, less compressed, warmer, less "narrow".

Otherwise, itself, I would say that it is a micro generous, with a good level of output, but not too much. It is a micro tight enough, almost "dry" compared to others, but in a good sense (not mushy). He loves winning, and is still very clear, with superb definition for each string (even on my guitar in Drop Do). The highs are very soft, which is nice for solos.
In short, this is a microphone for heavy rock and metal. Do not try by typing against the blues, it's not very nice. The clean sound goes, but I prefer the neck pickup for the last two applications.

I play progressive metal, and I think this is the ultimate microphone for my style (and especially in this tuning).

The value ... The price is what it is. However, I think for quality products guaranteed for life, and with great after-sales service, it is not theft.

I would do what ten choices thousand times, but I really want to test other brand microphones.

PS: My guitar is a Music Man Silhouette 1997 with a Floyd Rose.
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  • Manufacturer: Bare Knuckle Pickups
  • Model: Juggernaut
  • Series: Humbuckers Contemporary
  • Category: Humbucker guitar pickups
  • Added in our database on: 10/01/2013

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