DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup Set Aged White

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DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup Set Aged White


DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup Set Aged White


$229.99


The DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup set contains 3 well-designed pickups: the Area ’58 (neck), the Area ’67 (middle), and the Area ’61 (bridge). Easy to install, they’ll bring a collection of authentic tones to your Strat-style guitar while reducing noise.

Dimarzio Area Strat Pickup Set Aged White


Dimarzio Area Strat Pickup Set Aged White


$229.99


The DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup set contains 3 well-designed pickups: the Area '58 (neck), the Area '67 (middle), and the Area '61 (bridge). Easy to install, they'll bring a collection of authentic tones to your Strat-style guitar while reducing noise.<BR/><BR/><strong>The Area '58 (neck)</strong><BR/>There are two major differences between a great vintage Strat pickup and an average one: treble response and dynamics. A great pickup is clear and bright, but not thin-sounding. A great one makes the sound jump out of the amp when you pick hard and drop way down when you play softly, and the tone varies when the string is picked at different spots. The best pickup DiMarzio ever heard like this was from 1958, and that's what inspired the Area 58, with two major differences. This pickup has way less magnet pull, and virtually no hum.<BR/><BR/>The Area 58 has obvious similarities to the Virtual Vintage 2.1 it replaces, but there are several non-visible performance factors that have changed. Dynamic range and string definition are greatly increased, leading to improvements in both clean chord-playing and overdriven soloing. The Area 58 is very sensitive to small height adjustment differences: close to the strings produces a fatter, slightly compressed blues tone and further away yields crystal clean sounds. The final improvement is in noise reduction. All of the Virtual Vintage pickups have better hum cancellation than full-size humbuckers. Area 58 and Area 61 are even quieter.<BR/><BR/><strong>The Area '67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. When it was over, the world had heard and felt the sound of a Strat in the hands of a master. Single-coils in 1967 were bright and very clean. And, of course, they hummed. DiMarzio has captured the classic bright and clean sound but totally eliminated the hum with their patented Area technology. They've also reduced magnet pull by 40% for improved sustain and clarity. The AreAwesome collection of classic pickup tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

Dimarzio Ps422 Paul Gilbert Injector '67 Pickup Set Aged White


Dimarzio Ps422 Paul Gilbert Injector ’67 Pickup Set Aged White


$229.99


The DiMarzio Paul Gilbert Injector ’67 Set contains 3 well-designed pickups: the Injector Neck (neck), the Area 67 (middle), and the Injector Bridge (bridge). Easy to install, they’ll bring a collection of Paul’s favorite tones to your Strat-style guitar while reducing noise.DiMarzio first heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan reported about an amazing 18-year-old who had recently arrived in California and had blown everyone away with his musicianship, speed, and awesome technical ability in Racer X. DiMarzio immediately asked Paul to become an endorser. It was the start of a great relationship. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio Area pickups. He’s also been playing a lot of Racer X-style instrumentals, so the time was right for signature Paul Gilbert single-coil sized DiMarzio pickups. The outcome of this teamwork is the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups.Injecter Neck (neck)The Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. It’s warmer and louder (160mV output) than a typical vintage single-coil – and of course it’s hum-canceling. It’s also faster. The Injector Neck Model tracks high-speed solos at high gain without becoming either thin or muddy, and has a very full, well-balanced, clean sound. It has about 40% less magnet-pull than standard single-coils, and this is essential for the superior speed and dynamic range with which this pickup responds to pick attack.Paul’s setup on the guitar he played on Fuzz Universe was Injector Neck Model in the neck, Area 67 in the middle, and Injector Bridge Model in the bridge. The Injector is a lot louder and warmer than the Area 67 but the combination produces varied tonal colors in the 2 and 4 positions, with the Area 67 alone providing vintage tone and the Injector Neck & Bridge for heavier sounds. Area 67 (middle)The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. WhenVersatile collection of Paul’s favorite tonesQuiet performanceGreat value

DiMarzio PS422 Paul Gilbert Injector '67 Pickup Set Aged White


DiMarzio PS422 Paul Gilbert Injector ’67 Pickup Set Aged White


$213.89


The DiMarzio Paul Gilbert Injector 67 Set contains 3 well-designed pickups the Injector Neck neck, the Area 67 middle, and the Injector Bridge bridge. Easy to install, theyll bring a collection of Pauls favorite tones to your Strat-style guitar while reducing noise.DiMarzio first heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan reported about an amazing 18-year-old who had recently arrived in California and had blown everyone away with his musicianship, speed, and awesome technical ability in Racer X. DiMarzioimmediately asked Paul to become an endorser. It was the start of a great relationship. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio Area pickups. Hes also been playing a lot of Racer X-style instrumentals, so the time was right for signature Paul Gilbert single-coil sized DiMarzio pickups. The outcome of this teamwork is the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups.Injecter Neck neckThe Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. Its warmer and louder 160mV output than a typical vintage single-coil – and of course its hum-canceling. Its also faster. The Injector Neck Model tracks high-speed solos at high gain without becoming either thin or muddy, and has a very full, well-balanced, clean sound. It has about 40 less magnet-pull than standard single-coils, and this is essential for the superior speed and dynamic range with which this pickup responds to pick attack.Pauls setup on the guitar he played on Fuzz Universe was Injector Neck Model in the neck, Area 67 in the middle, and Injector Bridge Model in the bridge. The Injector is a lot louder and warmer than the Area 67 but the combination produces varied tonal colors in the 2 and 4 positions, with the Area 67 alone providing vintage tone and the Injector Neck Bridge for heavier sounds. Area 67 middleThe Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. When it was over, the world had heard and felt the sound of a Strat in the hands of a master. Single-coils in 1967 were bright and very clean. And, of course, they hummed. DiMarzio captured the classic bright and clean sound but totally eliminated the hum with their patented Area technology. They also reduced magnet pull by 40 for improved sustain and clarity. The Area 67 has the chime of 60s pickups, and the 2 and 4 positions are light, bright and quack-happy.Strat pickups in the late 1960s used full-strength Alnico 5 magnets. The patented magnetic field of the Area models is more efficient and focused than it is on true single-coils, which allows us to use Alnico 2 instead. Theres much less magnet pull, but no loss of output. This is a major advantage in the neck and middle positions, where sustain and intonation can both suffer if the strings are exposed to strong magnetic fields. In the bridge position, the patented technology of the Area 67 produces a sound thats very

Dimarzio Vintage Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


Dimarzio Vintage Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


$9.95


Nothing tells your Stratocaster you still love it quite as much as a new set of DiMarzio Vintage Strat Pickup Covers. Choice of colors. Fits vintage Fender Stratocaster and Class of '55 pickups. Set of 3.

DiMarzio Vintage Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


DiMarzio Vintage Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


$9.95


Nothing tells your Stratocaster you still love it quite as much as a new set of DiMarzio Vintage Strat Pickup Covers. Choice of colors. Fits vintage Fender Stratocaster and Class of 55 pickups. Set of 3.

DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


$9.95


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Aged White


$9.95


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors? Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup Set White


DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup Set White


$229.99


The DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup set contains 3 well-designed pickups: the Area ’58 (neck), the Area ’67 (middle), and the Area ’61 (bridge). Easy to install, they’ll bring a collection of authentic tones to your Strat-style guitar while reducing noise.

Dimarzio Area Strat Pickup Set White


Dimarzio Area Strat Pickup Set White


$229.99


The DiMarzio Area Strat Pickup set contains 3 well-designed pickups: the Area '58 (neck), the Area '67 (middle), and the Area '61 (bridge). Easy to install, they'll bring a collection of authentic tones to your Strat-style guitar while reducing noise.<BR/><BR/><strong>The Area '58 (neck)</strong><BR/>There are two major differences between a great vintage Strat pickup and an average one: treble response and dynamics. A great pickup is clear and bright, but not thin-sounding. A great one makes the sound jump out of the amp when you pick hard and drop way down when you play softly, and the tone varies when the string is picked at different spots. The best pickup DiMarzio ever heard like this was from 1958, and that's what inspired the Area 58, with two major differences. This pickup has way less magnet pull, and virtually no hum.<BR/><BR/>The Area 58 has obvious similarities to the Virtual Vintage 2.1 it replaces, but there are several non-visible performance factors that have changed. Dynamic range and string definition are greatly increased, leading to improvements in both clean chord-playing and overdriven soloing. The Area 58 is very sensitive to small height adjustment differences: close to the strings produces a fatter, slightly compressed blues tone and further away yields crystal clean sounds. The final improvement is in noise reduction. All of the Virtual Vintage pickups have better hum cancellation than full-size humbuckers. Area 58 and Area 61 are even quieter.<BR/><BR/><strong>The Area '67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. When it was over, the world had heard and felt the sound of a Strat in the hands of a master. Single-coils in 1967 were bright and very clean. And, of course, they hummed. DiMarzio has captured the classic bright and clean sound but totally eliminated the hum with their patented Area technology. They've also reduced magnet pull by 40% for improved sustain and clarity. The AreAwesome collection of classic pickup tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover White


DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover White


$9.95


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover White


Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover White


$9.95


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors? Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

DiMarzio DP408 Virtual Vintage '54 Pro Strat Pickup Aged White


DiMarzio DP408 Virtual Vintage ’54 Pro Strat Pickup Aged White


$74.99


The Virtual Vintage 1954 Pro pickup uses the same ground breaking technology as the Area 58 and Area 61 pickups. The 54 Pro replaces the Virtual Vintage 54 and Virtual 2 middle pickups. It has a warm, smoky sound, fattens up when you pick hard, and has a

Dimarzio Dp408 Virtual Vintage '54 Pro Strat Pickup Aged White


Dimarzio Dp408 Virtual Vintage ’54 Pro Strat Pickup Aged White


$74.99


The Virtual Vintage 1954 Pro pickup uses the same ground breaking technology as the Area 58 and Area 61 pickups. The 54 Pro replaces the Virtual Vintage 54 and Virtual 2 middle pickups. It has a warm, smoky sound, fattens up when you pick hard, and has a special grade of Alnico 2 magnet to reduce string pull. And like all of the Virtual Vintage models, it's dead quiet.<BR/><BR/>The DP408 pickup is recommended for all positions.<BR/><BR/>Tech Talk: The major difference between the 54 Pro and the Area 61 is in pick attack. The 54 Pro has a fatter, woody tone, and the sound almost seems to compress when picked hard. Blues players favor this type of sound for the way it fattens up solos, particularly in the bridge position. The DP408 pickup is also good in the neck and middle positions to warm up bright-sounding guitars.

DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover Black


DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover Black


$9.95


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Black


Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Black


$9.95


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors? Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover Blue


DiMarzio Strat Pickup Cover Blue


$10.79


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Blue


Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Blue


$10.79


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors? Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.

Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Green


Dimarzio Strat Pickup Cover Green


$12.95


Why stick with the same old colors when you can spiff up your Stratocaster with brand new DiMarzio Strat Pickup Covers in your choice of colors? Heck, you can even mix and match. Black, white, creme, mint green and aged white covers fit Virtual Vintage, HS Series, FS-1, and SDS-1. Blue, green, pink and red pickup covers do not fit Virtual Vintage Strats. Set of 3.
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