When Nita Strauss was in the design process of her signature Ibanez guitar, an opportunity to also work with DiMarzio on some signature pickups arose – and she took it. Please meet the Pandemoniums!
DiMarzio’s Black Angle Acoustic pickups come in two very different versions. One that goes into the sound hole of the guitar and another – a piezo – that goes under the bridge. But what is the sonic difference?
Paul Gilbert is one crazy guy – we think that has been established long ago. But the good kind of crazy! And he is also a curious guy who wanted to find out what the difference is between full-size humbuckers, singcoils and mini humbuckers.
Richie Kotzen of The Winery Dogs knows how to twang a Telecaster good! We bet he can make any Tele sound great, but why not go for the best of the best anyway? So, he did and stuffed his Fender Customshop with DiMarzio pickups.
DiMarzio pickups always sound amazing. Sure, each of them sound different, because players are different and have different preferences. If you are to smooth tone and great dynamics, you have to check out The Cruiser.
Lee Wrathe stuffs his guitar with two delicious Dimarzio pickups – a Tone Zone in the bridge position and an Air Norton on the neck position. Result? Total ear candy.
So, is a swap for a DiMarzio DP182 Fast Track 2 pickup in your Fender American Standard guitar really an upgrade? ‘Fred’ on YouTube decided to find out in this head to head shootout.
Dimitar Nalbantov got himself a new 7 string guitar with DiMarzio Blaze 7 pickups and instantly decided to give it a solid test run on a tight metal track. Works!
Sam Coulson just built a new studio and decided to initiate it with a genuine blues jam on his Strat equipped with no less than three different Dimarzio pickups.
Antoine Dofour is part of the emerging group of modern fingerstyle players who need to cover the full spectrum on their own. This calls for extraordinary tools.