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DiMarzio DP151 PAF Pro
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« Essentially it has a slamming sound ... »

Publié le 03/07/11 à 05:12
Originally purchased to replace the neck pickup of origin of a Ibanez RGA. It will be held over one month before being replaced by its exact opposite tone: an air box. Then mounted on an Ibanez Sabre with mahogany body. It does not ... Actually I was looking for a microphone more jazz / blues very round and warm. The PAF Pro is hot, but the sound is slamming, it's approaching a Fender, but with much more potato. So it's very funky clear to snap casserole is excellent. In saturated is also very good with a slight crunch or a big disto ... Mounted on the sword so it was also very slamming. Initially I liked it well, then I did a gig with and is the tragedy: in arpeggios, chordal solo clear sound, only the attacks emerged, with notes held there was no one after the attack. Unfortunate ... So conversely Crossing casseroles, was the feast of the slip PTIS friends ... (He had been having a compressor on hand to calm all that ...) Second problem: I find it not marry very well with my EVO2 in easel. The intermediate position where the two microphones will all sounds very cardboard. So in summary: it is a very good microphone bling for people who like it when it breaks down and it shines and who can handle it. For those seeking a more mellow, more jazz, rounder, creamier, softer, more mellow side it is better to look air box, air norton coughed ...
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