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Gibson Dirty Fingers Humbucker Pickup
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      Gibson Dirty Fingers Humbucker Pickup (102533304)
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Max out the attitude factor on any axe.

The Gibson Dirty Fingers Humbucker is the pickup so loud it refused to be silenced. The Dirty Fingers humbucker has returned after a 20-year absence to once again deliver the critical union between power and dirt. These Gibson bridge-only pickups are extreme-output units designed for more of everything. Much more clarity with way more volume than a traditional humbucker and an incredible, aggressive, wide response. The Gibson Dirty Fingers pickup comes with a 4-conductor lead and is wax-potted to eliminate unwanted microphonic feedback.

Gibson Dirty Fingers Humbucker Pickup Features:

  • Bridge-only
    Extreme-output
    More clarity
    More volume
    Aggressive, wide response
    4-conductor lead
    Wax potted




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  • stand back and rock!

    As reviewed by madaxeman45 on 5/16/2007

    Iown a set of original Dirty Fingers(dated nov,1978)in a flying V I built in school,and they're awesome,so I couldnt resist the temptation to see what the reissue was like.Well for once these come really close to the original i'm happy to say.They aren't quite as warm as the originals,but i'm attributing it to age of the magnets.still I'd tell anyone playing hard rock or metal to put it in the bridge position and feel no shame about being loud

    18 of 18 people found this review helpful.
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  • My 75 Les Paul Custom Rocks

    As reviewed by Danny in south Carolina on 3/26/2009

    I play in a three piece country/ southern -classic rock band. That means I carry the load four to five hours a night, two nights a week. I installed the Dirty Fingers and had to rethink my Fender The Twin Amp Settings. I had a SD Jeff Beck and a Model 59. Now I am trying to decide what to use as a replacement for the Model 59. The DF is so much louder than the 59. Its driving my soud man crazy. As I only use the clean and dirty channels on the amp, with no external distortion, the clarity of the Dirty Fingers is amazing! When I switch to the overdriven channel, it is unbelievable! The pickup is everything I was told it would be and more.

    11 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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  • They will attack your ears.

    As reviewed by Will on 1/2/2010

    I had these put in a few months ago. So far they are extreamly loud and very agressive. My neck pick ups at there highest tone matches these pick-ups @ there lowest tones. When you focuse in on these for there high end noise they have a plinky sound to em. Blink 182 plays them for this sound. Play them clean on this setting they are also fun for playing slide guitar and old school blues. They have somewhat of a vintage sound to em. Add some dark distortion with the same settings you get a screaming guitar. At the same time turning the tone nob to mellow these pickups down and bring out there warm side is great for metal. I normally play A7X with this setting. That just gives you an idea about how much attack these pick ups give you when you play them on there softer side. Even without the distortion on this setting they still have some aggressive attack to em. Altho since they are a bridge pick-up they have a harder time with holding there sustain when compaired to your neck pick-ups. So don't expect they'll scream forever holding that epic bending note without some help from your effects board or pedals. They are still very punchy and extreamly loud and crisp sounding and work amazingly for there high and mid-tone sounds. I wouldn't say they are the best pick ups for low end sound but they still hold there own in this aria since the lows still come thru clean and not muddy or washed out. If you play these pick ups you need good cables to run them thru. Running these pick-ups with out good cables is like having a HD-Tv with out the HD cable. Your just missing out on so much. Over all these are crisp, punchy, and extreamly loud with tons of tone and room to spair. They will make your ears bleed if you push em. Thats what I was looking for and they have not disapointed.

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