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Author Topic: Neck Alnico MiracleMan used in bridge  (Read 1013 times)

photone

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Neck Alnico MiracleMan used in bridge
« on: October 30, 2012, 07:34:23 AM »
I asked in other topic about that and Eric Hellstyle gave me some information, but in a new topic maybe will be more obvious for others.
 As Eric Hellstyle said "the alnico miracle man sounds more like a warpig/nailbomb crossover
it's a very low mid heavy pickup and darker sounding than the holy diver
FELINE compares it with the suhr aldrich, but I never played the suhr
it's fatter and more compressed than the ceramic miracle man
reminds me of the dimarzio tone zone, but without sounding like a muddy mess
compared to the warpig, it sounds more modern and less grinding
bit more low mids and less top end than the alnico nailbomb ".
I like how Eric described it but how about the eq specs and output, is like the bridge ceramic version? DC resistances  is same but still hot enough for bridge position?Could be used for low tunings in a chambered mahogany guitar without becoming  too muddy?
So, someone tried the  neck alnico MiracleMan in bridge position with good results? Thanx















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