The Pickup DI Track Thread

Discussion in 'Pickups, Electronics & General Tech' started by Rook, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. joaocunha

    joaocunha A nomad Contributor

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    Stu, you're not linking it properly. You must put your files into a public folder (I.E. dropbox/public/pickups/) and then right click on each file -> Dropbox -> copy public link.
     
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    stuglue SS.org Regular

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  3. technomancer

    technomancer Gearus Pimptasticus Super Moderator

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    Now repost them in the format used in the listings in the first post and I'll add them. I don't mind keeping this updated, but I have better things to do than formatting people's posts for them.
     
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    stuglue SS.org Regular

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    Pickup Brand: seymour duncan
    Model: SH5
    Position: bridge
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): mahogany/mahogany/ebony
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): tunomatic
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/32544322/pickups/Michael Kelly Patriot Custom Seymour Duncan SH5 bridge.wav

    Pickup Brand: dimarzio
    Model: evolution
    Position: neck
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): mahogany/mahogany/ebony
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): tunomatic
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/32544322/pickups/Michael Kelly Patriot Custom Dimarzio Evolution Neck.wav

    Pickup Brand: Rockfield
    Model: SWC Rockfield
    Position: bridge
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): alder/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): fixed bridge fender style
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/32544322/pickups/yamaha pacifica 112 rockfield bridge.wav


    Pickup Brand: Rockfield
    Model: SWC Rockfield
    Position: neck
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): alder/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): fixed bridge fender style

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/32544322/pickups/yamaha pacifica 112 rockfield neck.wav

    Apologies for any inconvenience, im a noob with Dropbox
     
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  5. SirMyghin

    SirMyghin The Dirt Guy Contributor

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    Drop box uploads so slow. Rebel yells in series incoming though. If someone wants parallel or split down the line let me know. Some ringing chords, followed by a progression, followed by me embarassing myself playing 'metal' style riffs that most of the people here are probably looking for. 3 takes, Bridge, between, and Neck as this is a callibrated set that seemed apt. I suppose it wouldn't hurt if I warmed up but whenever I get to urge to actually do this it is procrastinating from something else for 5 minutes.


    Pickup Brand: Bare Knuckle Pickups
    Model: Rebel Yell set
    Magnet Type (if optional): Alnico V
    Position: Bridge
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): hog w/ maple cap/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): OFR w/ tungsten block
    Agate pick (influences attack)

    https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/RY-Bridge.wav?w=f187072f

    Pickup Brand: Bare Knuckle Pickups
    Model: Rebel Yell set
    Magnet Type (if optional): Alnico V
    Position: Bridge + Neck
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): hog w/ maple cap/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): OFR w/ tungsten block

    https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/RY-tween.wav?w=9a7a0c27

    Pickup Brand: Bare Knuckle Pickups
    Model: Rebel Yell set
    Magnet Type (if optional): Alnico V
    Position: Neck
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): hog w/ maple cap/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): OFR w/ tungsten block

    https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/RY-neck.wav?w=1192d758
     
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  7. SirMyghin

    SirMyghin The Dirt Guy Contributor

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    ^ Rock on dude, you are a beast in this thread.
     
  8. joaocunha

    joaocunha A nomad Contributor

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    Thanks, bro! Suhr pickups are even better than I tought...

    Tomorrow we'll have Tom Anderson H3+ Bridge & Tom Anderson H1- Neck. :hbang:

    PS: your Rebel Yells seem to be missing.
     
  9. SirMyghin

    SirMyghin The Dirt Guy Contributor

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    Do you keep the soldering iron on standby or something? :lol: . The links work fine from my end, I'll look into it.

    Edit: I had to put them into the public folder, new to this drop box thing. Too late to edit the last post, they should work now.


    Pickup Brand: Bare Knuckle Pickups
    Model: Rebel Yell set
    Magnet Type (if optional): Alnico V
    Position: Bridge
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): hog w/ maple cap/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): OFR w/ tungsten block
    Agate pick (influences attack)

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31993835/RY-Bridge.wav

    Pickup Brand: Bare Knuckle Pickups
    Model: Rebel Yell set
    Magnet Type (if optional): Alnico V
    Position: Bridge + Neck
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): hog w/ maple cap/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): OFR w/ tungsten block

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31993835/RY-tween.wav

    Pickup Brand:
    Bare Knuckle Pickups
    Model: Rebel Yell set
    Magnet Type (if optional): Alnico V
    Position: Neck
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): hog w/ maple cap/maple/rosewood
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): OFR w/ tungsten block

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31993835/RY-neck.wav
     
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  10. joaocunha

    joaocunha A nomad Contributor

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    Still not working, mate.

     
  11. SirMyghin

    SirMyghin The Dirt Guy Contributor

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    Should be working now, I linked direct instead of 'copying public link'. I logged out and can now use the new links I editted in (to the second post).
     
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    Pickup Brand: Ibanez (ignore this fact, this slaughters my EMG's!)
    Model: ACH2 (bridge pup)
    Position: bridge
    Guitar woods (body/neck/fingerboard): mahogany with maple top/mahogany/rosewood.
    Bridge type (e.g. floyd rose, tunomatic): Gilbralter III


    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/32432031/Arc300DI.wav
     
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    I'm kinda 50/50 with you here...

    Just messing around with the DI's you posted.. these Arc300's were stupid easy to dial in. Every amp-sim I tried, it just had a way better starting point for my ear and likewise better ending tone.

    The 707 clip on the other hand, took a lot of tweaking for me to get a sound I like from them. It's a combination of trying to tighten it's slightly squishy nature (not muddy) to get a good chunk out of them and trying to keep the tone focused and clear enough. Quite a balancing act, though some people love that fat chunk tone they naturally have, I guess you either like it for you playing or you don't. I agree though.

    So, if given I had to pick one to play with, it'd be the Arc for sure in this case. But on the otherhand, I wasn't big on the 707's myself in my old Hellraiser and ended up with switching them out, so the results are not surprising to me. I'd say swap 'em.

    Definitely give the EMG X-series(81-7x)/Blackouts a try though if you can find some to play, you might just change your mind a bit as far as actives go.
     
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    nothingleft09 What... the... F@#k!

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    Does anyone have a DI clip of the EMG 808x?
     
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    You should here the ARC now that I've actually set it up properly. I've set the action up a little higher and it sounds even thicker now, I love it.

    I'm going to be selling the Loomis down the road anyways though so no point in fucking with it now.
     
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    Hey, any progress? :)
    I'd really love to have DI tracks of the Crunch Lab/LiquiFire!
     
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    :edit: nevermind! thanks for the work everyone on uploading these, you guys are a blessing
     
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