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Pickups (Dimarzio, EMG)

Discussion in 'Merch Stand' started by Rogueleader, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. Rogueleader

    Rogueleader Bringer Of Rain

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    All prices include shipping to the lower 48, willing to ship elsewhere but rates will be higher. Mounting hardware and other accessories not included unless otherwise stated or pictured.

    Dimarzio Air Zone DP 192 – Functions perfectly, couple of miniscule scratches only visible from certain angles. Over 8 inches of lead. Standard/Gibson (50mm) spacing - $37

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    Dimarzio Super 3 (Black) – Functions perfectly, ~3.5 inches of lead, enough for a bridge installation. Standard/Gibson (50 mm) spacing - $37

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    Dimarzio Virtual Vintage Solo DP 404 - Functions perfectly, white cover that is included is grimy and the screw holes have been widened so that it is unusable with pickup mounting screws with small heads (the plastic cover has widened holes NOT the baseplate), but pristine new Dimarzio covers (in a variety of fruity colors) are available for $3 everywhere, so replacement is no problem. ~7 inches of lead - $35

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    Dimarzio Super 3 (Purple) – Mint Condition, has never been installed, no leads have been stripped. Includes original packaging and all contents, Mounting screws, foam, hex pole adjustment tool, and warranty card (blank). F spaced (52mm) - $48

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    EMG 89 Hardwire – Functions perfectly, logo is a bit worn off (about half of it), I can include some wiring but I do not have the push pull pot for volume. Over 9 inches of lead. - $42

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    EMG 81 Hardwire – Functions perfectly, a well loved EMG, has plenty of grooves from long use, and the logo's coloring is entirely worn off. I can include some wiring with this (at the very least a tone and volume pot) Over 6 inches of lead. - $37

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    EMG 81 Hardwire (very short leads) – Functions perfectly, will need extensions for the leads (both are just over an inch) for any kind of installation, tabs have been modified to accept a larger screw (included, as well as the pickup ring), but it is well done and adjustment still works flawlessly. Other than that in aesthetically good shape. I can include some wiring with this (at the very least a tone and volume pot) - $32

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    Here are my itrader references...

    http://www.metalguitarist.org/forum/itrader.php?u=812

    http://www.sevenstring.org/forum/itrader.php?u=16838

    http://www.talkbass.com/forum/itrader.php?u=138787

    I have references on here, harmony central, and rig talk as well. But I believe the above should be sufficient. :D
     
  2. Rogueleader

    Rogueleader Bringer Of Rain

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    Here's the very last image (back of the short leads 81) that couldn't fit in the post limit.

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  3. nex666

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    Hey man I'm definitely keen on the 81 and 89.

    How much would shipping be to NZ? Do you mind shipping here?

    Cheers man!
     
  4. kvoid

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    I'm actually really interested in the purple super 3 for my Strat. I'll send you a PM, I hope it is still available. But purple...argh.
     
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    Rogueleader Bringer Of Rain

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    Damn, forgot I even posted this thread here. Sorry man, but they are already sold.
     
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    Rogueleader Bringer Of Rain

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    Haha, yeah purple is a tough sell. Super 3 is already quite a niche pickup, and most of the few people that are interested in it don't really want purple. Love how the Super 3 sounds though, very underrated pickup. KN's tone on Riders is one of my favorite rhythm tones ever and thats a Super 3.


    PM responded too, BTW.
     
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  7. kvoid

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    A friend of mine has it in his Custom Shop BC Rich Beast. The full size monstrosity. It sounded awesome in that massive chunk of serrated mahogany through even the shittiest of solid state amps.

    I got this Fender Deluxe USA ash thing recently and it is absolutely awful for high gain of any kind with the stock Fender "Hot Rod" pickup, just flubby bass and grating highs so I figured the Super 3 could be the right candidate to make me keep the guitar, otherwise it's getting sold. Shame it really is pretty though.

    And yeah that tone there is pretty unique.

    You have a reply ;)
     

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