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    Default Dimarzio Blaze 7 metal demo

    Threw together a new song to get a feel for the Blaze 7 in my PST tele. I dig it a lot so far. Clean tones with it are no good imo, so I left them out of this and just kept it heavy.

    Rhythm tones are with Overloud TH3. Solo is my Rivera Knucklehead II miked up.

    https://youtu.be/xrPHWfDAbcA

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    Sounds awesome man! Liked and subscribed

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    Thanks! Likewise!

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    What wood is the guitar made of? I'm trying to decide on a pickup for a 7 string with mahogany body, maple/walnut neck and rosewood fretboard. This is definitely on my radar.

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    that Tele is so bad ass of course that's also because you rock !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiftpoint View Post
    What wood is the guitar made of? I'm trying to decide on a pickup for a 7 string with mahogany body, maple/walnut neck and rosewood fretboard. This is definitely on my radar.
    It's just a basic alder body / maple neck combo. I always preferred mahogany bodies but 3 of my last 4 guitars have been alder, plus I'm pretty sure my GL Invader is a maple body and I dig that too.

    I like the Blaze a lot but it does feel pretty compressed, even by Dimarzio standards, but I don't have any issues with it. It rips overall. If you want versatility with clean tones I'd consider something else, though. This gets pretty sterile sounding the more dynamic you try and get with it. Probably wasn't the best choice for a single pickup layout but it does what I want it to fine.

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    that's one bad ass tele, nice playing dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse View Post
    that's one bad ass tele, nice playing dude
    Thanks man! Yeah I love this guitar more each time I use it. For the limited 7 string stuff I do it's really everything I needed/wanted.

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    broski, that's some sick riffage!
    I am the mountain.
    I am the sea.
    I am who you want to be.

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    Nice work! Sounds great!

    What drum program are you using? Or is that mic'd up?

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