DiMarzio DP422 Paul Gilbert Injector Pickup

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DiMarzio DP422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Black


DiMarzio DP422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Black


$79.99


The Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. The DP422 is 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.<BR/><BR/>Paul's setup on the guitar he played on <i>Fuzz Universe</i> 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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.

Dimarzio Dp422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Black


Dimarzio Dp422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Black


$79.99


The Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. The DP422 is 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.<BR/><BR/>Paul's setup on the guitar he played on <i>Fuzz Universe</i> 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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.

DiMarzio DP422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Aged White


DiMarzio DP422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Aged White


$79.99


The Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. The DP422 is 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.<BR/><BR/>Paul's setup on the guitar he played on <i>Fuzz Universe</i> 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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.

Dimarzio Dp422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Aged White


Dimarzio Dp422 Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Pickup Aged White


$79.99


The Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. The DP422 is 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.<BR/><BR/>Paul's setup on the guitar he played on <i>Fuzz Universe</i> 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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.

DiMarzio PS422 Paul Gilbert Injector '67 Pickup Set White


DiMarzio PS422 Paul Gilbert Injector ’67 Pickup Set 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. WhenVersatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

DiMarzio PS422 Paul Gilbert Injector '67 Pickup Set Black


DiMarzio PS422 Paul Gilbert Injector ’67 Pickup Set Black


$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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. WhenVersatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup White


DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup White


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Aged White


Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Aged White


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Cream


Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Cream


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

Dimarzio Ps422 Paul Gilbert Injector '67 Pickup Set White


Dimarzio Ps422 Paul Gilbert Injector ’67 Pickup Set 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. WhenVersatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

Dimarzio Ps422 Paul Gilbert Injector '67 Pickup Set Black


Dimarzio Ps422 Paul Gilbert Injector ’67 Pickup Set Black


$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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. WhenVersatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup White


Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup White


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

Dimarzio Fg2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set Black


Dimarzio Fg2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set Black


$299.99


The DiMarzio Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set requires no soldering and includes pickguard, pots, knobs, and 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>TheContains everything you need for a quick swap or a custom build<BR/>Matches the most common USA 11-hole pattern<BR/>Versatile collection of Paul's favorite 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. WhenVersatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Black


DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Black


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

DiMarzio FG2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set Black


DiMarzio FG2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set Black


$299.99


The DiMarzio Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set requires no soldering and includes pickguard, pots, knobs, and 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>TheContains everything you need for a quick swap or a custom build<BR/>Matches the most common USA 11-hole pattern<BR/>Versatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

Dimarzio Fg2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set White


Dimarzio Fg2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set White


$299.99


The DiMarzio Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set requires no soldering and includes pickguard, pots, knobs, and 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>TheContains everything you need for a quick swap or a custom build<BR/>Matches the most common USA 11-hole pattern<BR/>Versatile collection of Paul's favorite 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. WhenVersatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Black


Dimarzio Dp423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Black


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Aged White


DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Aged White


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Cream


DiMarzio DP423 Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Pickup Cream


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

DiMarzio FG2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set White


DiMarzio FG2108 Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set White


$299.99


The DiMarzio Paul Gilbert Injector Prewired Pickguard Pickup Set requires no soldering and includes pickguard, pots, knobs, and 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.<BR/><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/><strong>Injecter Neck (neck)</strong><BR/>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.<BR/><BR/>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. <BR/><BR/><strong>Area 67 (middle)</strong><BR/>TheContains everything you need for a quick swap or a custom build<BR/>Matches the most common USA 11-hole pattern<BR/>Versatile collection of Paul's favorite tones<BR/>Quiet performance<BR/>Great value

DiMarzio Injector Neck White Extra Black Cover


DiMarzio Injector Neck White Extra Black Cover


$79.99


The Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. The DP422 is 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.<BR/><BR/>Paul's setup on the guitar he played on <i>Fuzz Universe</i> 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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.

Dimarzio Injector Neck White Extra Black Cover


Dimarzio Injector Neck White Extra Black Cover


$79.99


The Paul Gilbert Injector Neck Model has a modern rather than a vintage sound. The DP422 is 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.<BR/><BR/>Paul's setup on the guitar he played on <i>Fuzz Universe</i> 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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.

DiMarzio Injector Bridge White Extra Black Cover


DiMarzio Injector Bridge White Extra Black Cover


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

Dimarzio Injector Bridge White Extra Black Cover


Dimarzio Injector Bridge White Extra Black Cover


$79.99


DiMarzio heard about Paul Gilbert in the 1980s. Billy Sheehan told them 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 a DiMarzio endorser. Recently, Paul has been heavily into DiMarzio's 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 their teamwork are the new Injector Neck and Bridge Model pickups. Paul loves the results, and you can hear them on his latest CD, “Fuzz Universe”.<BR/><BR/>The Paul Gilbert Injector Bridge Model is one of DiMarzio's hottest hum-canceling models (185mV output) with six individual Alnico magnets. The DP423 sound is not like a vintage single-coil – highs are bright but not glassy, and lows are solid and defined. The Injector Bridge pickup was designed to work equally well with rapid single-note arpeggios and power chords without becoming muddy or compressed. 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.<BR/><BR/>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 and Bridge for heavier sounds.<BR/>

Dimarzio Pg-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Neck


Dimarzio Pg-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Neck


$99.99


The PG-13 mini humbuckers were developed for Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big. Paul is well known for his amazing musicianship, killer speed and awesome technical ability.<br>The tone of a mini humbucker falls somewhere between a full-sized humbucker and a single-coil. Paul says the main characteristic of these pickups is clarity. It still has the beef; its not harsh. I just plugged it in, played it, and went, Oh, this is good.<br><br>If youre wondering how mini humbuckers compare to full-sized humbuckers, theyre smaller, and have a distinctive tone. They sense a narrower length of string vibration, and that reduces lower harmonics for clearer, brighter tones.<br><br>Being on the road with Mr. Big can be challenging when it comes to tones because there are so many different styles the band playsacoustic ballads, heavy songs, fast songs, bluesy songs. Paul needs a pickup that allows him to achieve all of the sounds.<br><br>The DP242 Neck model is slightly fatter and creamier than the Bridge model, making it great for Jazz and Blues solos. Its lower output and smaller size help keep it from getting muddy.<br><br>The DP243 Bridge Model has a good balance of clarity, chime, and fullness, and its never harsh. Cranked up through a loud amp, its still full and produces nice harmonics. Power chords have impact and crunch yet theyre still friendly.<br><br>The Neck and Bridge models sound good together as well. The sound spreads out and you get that nice quacky sound. PG-13 Mini Humbuckers can rock Blues, Classic Rock, and even get in the mix with Modern Metal.<br><strong>PG-13 neck</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 135 </li><li>DC Resistance: 9.73 Kohm</li></ul><strong>PG-13 bridge</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 145 </li><li>DC Resistance: 12.62 Kohm</li></ul>

DiMarzio PG-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Neck


DiMarzio PG-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Neck


$99.99


The PG-13 mini humbuckers were developed for Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big. Paul is well known for his amazing musicianship, killer speed and awesome technical ability.<br>The tone of a mini humbucker falls somewhere between a full-sized humbucker and a single-coil. Paul says the main characteristic of these pickups is clarity. It still has the beef; its not harsh. I just plugged it in, played it, and went, Oh, this is good.<br><br>If youre wondering how mini humbuckers compare to full-sized humbuckers, theyre smaller, and have a distinctive tone. They sense a narrower length of string vibration, and that reduces lower harmonics for clearer, brighter tones.<br><br>Being on the road with Mr. Big can be challenging when it comes to tones because there are so many different styles the band playsacoustic ballads, heavy songs, fast songs, bluesy songs. Paul needs a pickup that allows him to achieve all of the sounds.<br><br>The DP242 Neck model is slightly fatter and creamier than the Bridge model, making it great for Jazz and Blues solos. Its lower output and smaller size help keep it from getting muddy.<br><br>The DP243 Bridge Model has a good balance of clarity, chime, and fullness, and its never harsh. Cranked up through a loud amp, its still full and produces nice harmonics. Power chords have impact and crunch yet theyre still friendly.<br><br>The Neck and Bridge models sound good together as well. The sound spreads out and you get that nice quacky sound. PG-13 Mini Humbuckers can rock Blues, Classic Rock, and even get in the mix with Modern Metal.<br><strong>PG-13 neck</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 135 </li><li>DC Resistance: 9.73 Kohm</li></ul><strong>PG-13 bridge</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 145 </li><li>DC Resistance: 12.62 Kohm</li></ul>

Dimarzio Pg-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Bridge


Dimarzio Pg-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Bridge


$99.99


The PG-13 mini humbuckers were developed for Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big. Paul is well known for his amazing musicianship, killer speed and awesome technical ability.<br>The tone of a mini humbucker falls somewhere between a full-sized humbucker and a single-coil. Paul says the main characteristic of these pickups is clarity. It still has the beef; its not harsh. I just plugged it in, played it, and went, Oh, this is good.<br><br>If youre wondering how mini humbuckers compare to full-sized humbuckers, theyre smaller, and have a distinctive tone. They sense a narrower length of string vibration, and that reduces lower harmonics for clearer, brighter tones.<br><br>Being on the road with Mr. Big can be challenging when it comes to tones because there are so many different styles the band playsacoustic ballads, heavy songs, fast songs, bluesy songs. Paul needs a pickup that allows him to achieve all of the sounds.<br><br>The DP242 Neck model is slightly fatter and creamier than the Bridge model, making it great for Jazz and Blues solos. Its lower output and smaller size help keep it from getting muddy.<br><br>The DP243 Bridge Model has a good balance of clarity, chime, and fullness, and its never harsh. Cranked up through a loud amp, its still full and produces nice harmonics. Power chords have impact and crunch yet theyre still friendly.<br><br>The Neck and Bridge models sound good together as well. The sound spreads out and you get that nice quacky sound. PG-13 Mini Humbuckers can rock Blues, Classic Rock, and even get in the mix with Modern Metal.<br><strong>PG-13 neck</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 135 </li><li>DC Resistance: 9.73 Kohm</li></ul><strong>PG-13 bridge</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 145 </li><li>DC Resistance: 12.62 Kohm</li></ul>

DiMarzio PG-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Bridge


DiMarzio PG-13 Mini Humbucker Pickup Nickel Bridge


$99.99


The PG-13 mini humbuckers were developed for Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big. Paul is well known for his amazing musicianship, killer speed and awesome technical ability.<br>The tone of a mini humbucker falls somewhere between a full-sized humbucker and a single-coil. Paul says the main characteristic of these pickups is clarity. It still has the beef; its not harsh. I just plugged it in, played it, and went, Oh, this is good.<br><br>If youre wondering how mini humbuckers compare to full-sized humbuckers, theyre smaller, and have a distinctive tone. They sense a narrower length of string vibration, and that reduces lower harmonics for clearer, brighter tones.<br><br>Being on the road with Mr. Big can be challenging when it comes to tones because there are so many different styles the band playsacoustic ballads, heavy songs, fast songs, bluesy songs. Paul needs a pickup that allows him to achieve all of the sounds.<br><br>The DP242 Neck model is slightly fatter and creamier than the Bridge model, making it great for Jazz and Blues solos. Its lower output and smaller size help keep it from getting muddy.<br><br>The DP243 Bridge Model has a good balance of clarity, chime, and fullness, and its never harsh. Cranked up through a loud amp, its still full and produces nice harmonics. Power chords have impact and crunch yet theyre still friendly.<br><br>The Neck and Bridge models sound good together as well. The sound spreads out and you get that nice quacky sound. PG-13 Mini Humbuckers can rock Blues, Classic Rock, and even get in the mix with Modern Metal.<br><strong>PG-13 neck</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 135 </li><li>DC Resistance: 9.73 Kohm</li></ul><strong>PG-13 bridge</strong><ul><li>Wiring: 4 Conductor </li><li>Magnet: Ceramic </li><li>Output mV: 145 </li><li>DC Resistance: 12.62 Kohm</li></ul>
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