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    Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    Without removing the bridge I have no clue. I see they sell several that look the same.



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    Re: Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    It's bound to be one of these......

    https://www.dimarzio.com/pickups/tel...canceling-tele

    Use a DVM to determine the pickup's DCR then compare to the specs for each of the pickups on this web page. When you find a match you'll know what you have.
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    Re: Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    Quote Originally Posted by phantomman View Post
    It's bound to be one of these......

    https://www.dimarzio.com/pickups/tel...canceling-tele

    Use a DVM to determine the pickup's DCR then compare to the specs for each of the pickups on this web page. When you find a match you'll know what you have.
    11.79k ohm probably tone zone. I'm using a fluke 16 it's pretty accurate. The guitar cord is long so that's a factor.
    Whatever it is..I like it!

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    Re: Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    There you go. Enjoy!
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    Re: Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    Quote Originally Posted by phantomman View Post
    There you go. Enjoy!
    It could be one of 3 actually as they are all close in specs by a small amount

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    Re: Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    Ended up being a super distortion when I pulled the bridge


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    Re: Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    With an output of 325 mV that's the hottest "T-bucker" they make. Should sound great for metal OD and power-chording.
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    Re: Which dimarzio do you think this is?

    Quote Originally Posted by phantomman View Post
    With an output of 325 mV that's the hottest "T-bucker" they make. Should sound great for metal OD and power-chording.
    Yep it's pretty nice. I play mostly metal type stuff. I find alot of times since I use really high gain amps it's not as important the pickups be super hot.
    I've had to do a bit to this guitar so far. There was something spilled on it I guess. So there's some rust on and under the bridge and on the springs. The frets are sticking out the slots. But not so much the ends.
    The neck relief is too much and the action is all goofy. I've got it closer now. The pickup sits to high and the old fender spacers are too short. I guess I probably should have swapped them for springs.

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