No humbucking pickup sounds exactly like a vintage single-coil, but the Cruiser is about the closest you can come. We make one coil the woofer, and the other the tweeter. This extends the range of the... Click To Read More About This Product
No humbucking pickup sounds exactly like a vintage single-coil, but the Cruiser is about the closest you can come. We make one coil the woofer, and the other the tweeter. This extends the range of the noise-canceling design, and allows us to enhance the best qualities of each coil while fine-tuning the output. DiMarzio calls this their dual-resonance design, and it's patented. There is less magnetic pull, and it still sounds clean, clear, and bright.
Recommended for bridge position with DP186, or neck & middle with hotter bridge like Fast Track 1, Chopper, Pro Track, or full-size humbuckers (See recommended accessories box on this page).
Wiring: Standard 4 conductor
DC Resistance: 5.75K
Wiring Standard four conductor
DC Resistance 5.75K
Year of introduction 1994
Patent # 4,501,185
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Comments about DiMarzio DP187 Cruiser Bridge Pickup:
I am a huge fan of Andy Timmons so I try my best to sound like him. I also try my best to sound like him but still have a versatile guitar for other styles. This thing has a great midrange and can sound fat without getting messy. It also doesn't get sharp and harsh. I have this on my strat in the neck position with a Dimarzio AT1 Humbucker in the bridge position. It sounds very close to Andy's tone. And if you are a Timmons fan like me then just know that Andy uses this bridge model pickup in the neck and middle positions on his AT model guitars. It is also very quiet. I have very little to almost no noise coming from this thing even with the distortion on. Buy this pickup and listen to Timmons.
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