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    DiMarzio 2" Nylon ClipLock Guitar Strap
    From $2299
  2. DiMarzio Extra Fasteners for ClipLock Straps
    $1250
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    DiMarzio Copper Shielding Tape
    $1395
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    DiMarzio 500K Custom Taper Split Shaft Pot
    $795
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    DiMarzio Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler
    From $1595
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    DiMarzio Switchcraft 1/4" Output Jack
    $549
  7. DiMarzio 500K Push-Pull Pot
    $1295
  8. DiMarzio Strat Pickup Selector Switch Knob
    $250
  9. DiMarzio 5-Way Pickup Selector Switch
    $130
  10. DiMarzio Fender Pickguard Screws
    $850
  11. DiMarzio 2-Position DPDT Mini Switch
    $850
  12. DiMarzio Speed Knob Replacement 1-10
    $50
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    DiMarzio DP102 X2N Pickup
    From $8499
    Open Box:
    $85.55
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    DiMarzio Long Jumper Cable Pedal Coupler with Angled End
    $1999
  15. DiMarzio Switchcraft 1/4" Stereo Output Jack
    $70
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    DiMarzio 5-Way Split Coil Pickup Selector Switch
    $3995
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    DiMarzio Elastic Guitar Strap
    $1299
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    DiMarzio DP100 Super Distortion Pickup
    From $7999
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    DiMarzio DP123 Model J Bass Pickup Set
    $9990
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    DiMarzio 3-Way Pickup Selector Switch
    $150
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About DiMarzio

When Larry DiMarzio developed the original Super Distortion pickup in 1972, his main purpose was to develop a pickup that would make his own amp sound better—with more sustain, more easily pushed into smooth distortion. In those days before the prevalence of master volume amps, that was a tall order. Add in the fact that there were no aftermarket pickups to be had at the time, and the only way DiMarzio could have the pickup he wanted was to build it himself. By winding to a higher impedance and using a ceramic magnet, he discovered that he could drive the amp harder and get satisfyingly rich, smooth distortion and sustain at a lower volume, while still cleaning up the sound by just backing off the volume control. Other guitarists heard it, loved it, and soon an entirely new market segment was thriving. 

DiMarzio has developed new pickups at a ferocious pace over the years, with over 200 models currently in production, while also delving into guitar bodies and necks during the 1980s and a line of cables and other accessories. With key patents and developments like the Dual-Resonance system, Virtual Vintage technology and Airbucker, the company has continued to drive the state of the art forward, always keeping the needs of working musicians in mind. A key for DiMarzio has always been—in the words of DiMarzio's Steve Blucher in a recent interview—" … more about helping players to craft their own sound than paying tribute to an imaginary standard that was supposedly set 50 years ago … the purpose is to try to get to the heart of the sound."

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