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DiMarzio DP404 Virtual Vintage Solo
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  • A MUST HAVE!

    DiMarzio DP404 Virtual Vintage SoloPublished on 11/03/12 at 14:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is mounted in the neck position on a Jackson USA superstrate / 3 Single / Pink Floyd / 86, rosewood fingerboard, 3 months.
    It replaces the original Jackson J100, very good vintage Strat micro, but too weak from being installed in a double bridge. (In this case an SD Lil'Screamin'Demon which is however not a lightning war output level, but what GRAIN!)
    I use the neck pickup mainly to two things:
    1 / Shredd send big tribute to Yngwie
    2 / "breaking" the bold double middle position for the clean (middle pickup off)
    I was looking for a sound typed Strato, real simple, with plenty of bite, good attack and a little round-even when enough power to mate with a true dual easel in the......
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    It is mounted in the neck position on a Jackson USA superstrate / 3 Single / Pink Floyd / 86, rosewood fingerboard, 3 months.
    It replaces the original Jackson J100, very good vintage Strat micro, but too weak from being installed in a double bridge. (In this case an SD Lil'Screamin'Demon which is however not a lightning war output level, but what GRAIN!)
    I use the neck pickup mainly to two things:
    1 / Shredd send big tribute to Yngwie
    2 / "breaking" the bold double middle position for the clean (middle pickup off)
    I was looking for a sound typed Strato, real simple, with plenty of bite, good attack and a little round-even when enough power to mate with a true dual easel in the comfort of lead, dynamics in crunch, especially qqchose musical, beautiful to the ear, and NO hum.
    Well this mic has it all! The only surprise is that "ambiance" a bit "dirty" but terribly flattering, modern, almost addictive in the end ...
    I remake this choice so that I look for another for 2 months without success (!) For my other Jackson, Dinky USA 22 boxes of 89.
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  • DiMarzio DP404 Virtual Vintage SoloPublished on 05/27/03 at 05:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The technology allows for virtual vintage microphone perfectly silent without a humbucker.
    It's actually a humbucker but mounted vertically. The sound is fuller than a micro START:
    I use it in the neck position with a duncan distortion and the microwave has a lot more serious and the output level lev parat more than the duncan split.
    An excellent microphone for those seeking a more powerful sound than the strats.
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