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DiMarzio DP174 Red Velvet
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  • A great surprise in MSM

    DiMarzio DP174 Red VelvetPublished on 09/21/13 at 07:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mounted central MSM on my Ibanez S470 (mahogany body) on the advice of tech DiMarzio, replacing S Ibz that I never used, for nearly two years. I will change it more.
    It complements a Tone Zone and Virtual Hot PAF and split ... And since it is, I play a lot on my middle pickup! The sound is both warm and round with a beautiful grain and of course a better definition (for shred-type plans, for example). It is not a simple type strat but keeps enough bite to stand humbuckers. Its clear, as distortion, this micro manages to sound without touching the amp settings (set for typical micro PAF).
    I plan to get the shot on my old Strat copy to give it a facelift! A very good investment I......
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    Mounted central MSM on my Ibanez S470 (mahogany body) on the advice of tech DiMarzio, replacing S Ibz that I never used, for nearly two years. I will change it more.
    It complements a Tone Zone and Virtual Hot PAF and split ... And since it is, I play a lot on my middle pickup! The sound is both warm and round with a beautiful grain and of course a better definition (for shred-type plans, for example). It is not a simple type strat but keeps enough bite to stand humbuckers. Its clear, as distortion, this micro manages to sound without touching the amp settings (set for typical micro PAF).
    I plan to get the shot on my old Strat copy to give it a facelift! A very good investment I recommend.
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  • DiMarzio DP174 Red VelvetPublished on 12/04/07 at 15:26
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    Micro made in United States
    Fits perfectly, no editing to mount it (on a good strat sr).
    I put it in bridge position and it is fire coming out of the guitar, it's really brlant, occupies a well pice.
    C'estcinglant in clean and clear, distortion is in ultraprcis and explosive, the cross-roads between a good TV and good Start!
    Quite simply I mount on my two strats is trying APRS standard.
  • DiMarzio DP174 Red VelvetPublished on 06/16/09 at 14:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I go back 18 months later with the group experience.

    The Rvelvet has a touch of acidity that brings out the group. He slams more than the V FRP, and leaves a great disto grunge / hard rock.

    Notice January 27, 2008
    I used it for two years in middle position with PAF humbuckers virtual.

    It sounds very similar to the virtual PAF neck, but strangely less bright. That's about the only flaw, it is rather the virtual PAF neck is exceptional.

    The output level is roughly equivalent to the humbuckers, a chouila least, that is high for a single.

    It is a very good microphone as clear and distortion that remains in a register pop/rock/hard70 's a real simple even boosted as red......
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    I go back 18 months later with the group experience.

    The Rvelvet has a touch of acidity that brings out the group. He slams more than the V FRP, and leaves a great disto grunge / hard rock.

    Notice January 27, 2008
    I used it for two years in middle position with PAF humbuckers virtual.

    It sounds very similar to the virtual PAF neck, but strangely less bright. That's about the only flaw, it is rather the virtual PAF neck is exceptional.

    The output level is roughly equivalent to the humbuckers, a chouila least, that is high for a single.

    It is a very good microphone as clear and distortion that remains in a register pop/rock/hard70 's a real simple even boosted as red velvet is not made for playing metal.

    Coupled with the phase-out humbuckers it sounds wah, especially with the virtual Hot PAF bridge.

    To me this is the ultimate micro middle position for anyone looking for a guitar on his Fender equipped with humbuckers.
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