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Title: Dp200 Morse Bridge
Post by: corypheus on February 22, 2021, 12:34:46 am
Hey all,

I've pretty much played just about every Dimarzio that came out before 2015 and had it in one guitar or another except a few. One of them is the Morse bridge.

I've always hesitated to pull the trigger on this one. Reasons are numerous. Obviously besides Steve himself no one else plays it. Why is that so, what's wrong with it? There's not a lot of YouTube vids of it. No one ever talks about it. You can't ever find one used. Heck finding new one seems to be hard. But why?

What little vids I found and descriptions, seems to point out on a medium output dark sounding humbucker, without a particularly memorable character. Is that true?

Then there's the whole specifications thing. Morse bridge is, according to Dimarzio, 9.7 kohm, 5.5h but somehow is louder than a super 3 with huge mV rating. Eq that seem to make it almost piercingly bright on paper. Yet those little vids I could find on YouTube sound nothing alike what they look on paper.


So I'm asking anyone, with a first hand experience with this pickup, to tell me something about it. I wanna know how it really sounds like, how does it compare to few of the more popular Dimarzio, such as SuperD, Norton, Evo. Tell me your experience with this pickup.

Thanks and cheers.
Corey
Title: Re: Dp200 Morse Bridge
Post by: darkbluemurder on February 22, 2021, 03:05:23 am
You can find my review of the set here: https://www.dimarzioforum.com/forum/index.php?topic=6048.0
Title: Re: Dp200 Morse Bridge
Post by: corypheus on February 22, 2021, 04:30:04 pm
Thank you for that!

By your experience, how does it compare to say a classic, super distortion?

Corey
Title: Re: Dp200 Morse Bridge
Post by: darkbluemurder on February 23, 2021, 04:19:21 am
I have not compared them in the same guitar. My guess is that the Morse bridge is brighter. Output is about the same.
Title: Re: Dp200 Morse Bridge
Post by: corypheus on February 24, 2021, 02:54:02 pm
Thanks,

I guess I'll try and see, sounds like an interesting pickup. If all that's correct I don't really understand the dislikes this pickup gets.

Anyway, thanks.

Corypheus