James-T wrote:Damn, I submit to peer pressure way to easily. I've got a Dan Smith strat, great pick-ups but I just cant help think those D Allens would be just a little be sweeter! ...
TI4-1009 wrote:Interesting. I think we discussed this a lot in that thread about splitting a Super 2 into a single coil. If you look at the Dimarzio tone guides for each pickup, the Super 2 is skewed toward treble 8/6/4, and the SDS is skewed more toward the bass 5.5/6/7. Both are ceramic magnet, and both are Dimarzio, but they shouldn't sound the same.
- interesting. Its definitely a "mids-centric" PU. Nothing like the super 2. It just gets you a different sound, which is perhaps why the 78 Wolf sounds nothing like the 80's Tiger. I wonder why Jerry liked it in the neck? I'm not sure I'd like it there.Total mud in the neck position
James-T wrote:What I like about it in my strat is I just turn the treble to 10 and by-pass the pot altogether.
waldo041 wrote:Just a note, wolf, tiger, rosebud and the cripes all had a similar pickup placement and spacing. Wolf's neck pickup was just a little closer to the middle then the rest and would account for less mud then someone who is using a stock strat spacing. Even with the same pickup, having the antinodes & nodes incorrect will render different results. As a guitarist you should hear those differences, deadhead or not.
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