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DiMarzio DP155F Tone Zone High Output Alnico 5 Humbucker Bridge Pickup, F-Spaced, Black
DiMarzio DP155F Tone Zone High Output Ceramic Humbucker Bridge Pickup, Black

DiMarzio DP155F Tone Zone High Output Alnico 5 Humbucker Bridge Pickup, F-Spaced, Black

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Part Number:DMZDP155F-BK
  • DP155 Tone Zone Humbucker Bridge Pickup, Black
  • F-Spaced, Wider String Spacing
  • High Output, Wide Dynamic Range
  • Patented Dual Resonance Coil Configuration
  • Alnico 5 Magnets, Four Conductor Wire
  • Made in USA, Five Year Warranty

This is the F-Spaced version of the DP155 pickup for Floyd Rose and other wide-spaced tremelo bridges. The string spacing is just over 2 inches from E to E on center. All other dimensions are the same as the standard spaced pickup.

Have you ever heard a bridge pickup that made a guitar sound like a giant mosquito attack? If you've run into this problem, The DiMarzio Tone Zone® is the solution. The Tone Zone is hot enough to qualify as a high-output pickup, but it has a wider dynamic range — hard picking will produce a lot of power, and softer picking will be much cleaner and quieter. It's got tremendous bass and low-mid response to reinforce the bottom end and make the overall sound bigger. The highest single notes have depth, and chords sound huge. Patented dual-resonance coils reproduce more overtones than you'd expect from such a fat-sounding pickup. It makes a great match with an Air Norton™, PAF Joe™, or PAF Pro®, and split-coil mode produces an excellent single-coil sound as well.

Many models can be used in the neck position along with the Tone Zone in the bridge position, from the Air Classic™ to the Air Zone™; the PAF Pro® and the FRED® are also good choices. Higher-output single-coil replacements like The Cruiser® and Fast Track 1™ are also recommended.

Recommended for bridge position in solid body guitars.

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