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Old 2006-03-22, 23:43
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Heres some good info, I emailed dimarzio...



AND heres what they told me...







I already posted a link selling the x2n-7. In this very thread.
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Old 2006-03-23, 03:00
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Thanks for the info Unanything, its actually useful, I never heard of lundgren before. And by the way for everyone else the emg 81-7 is actually called the 707 and no its not what I want.


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I'm considering it for my 7-strings.
The M6 and M8 were only recently developed because Ibanez nicked Nevborn's Sleipner 8-string design and 6-string players wanted one for themselves.

Is the 81-7 really just another name for the 707?!
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Old 2006-03-23, 23:39
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Is the 81-7 really just another name for the 707?!

no, the 81-7 is a 7 string version of the 81... the 707 is a 7 string pickup cased off of the 85... which would explain why everyone complains about muddyness in 707's as bridge pickups.
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Old 2006-03-29, 08:35
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I assumed I'd have to replace the stock pickups in my Ibanez RG 1527, but I was wrong. They rock.

I was going to go for a Dimarzio Evolution if that helps.

I always thought the X2N was kinda harsh and cutting, but maybe it would sound far more balanced on a 7 string model.
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Old 2006-03-29, 22:36
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You are right on man, the evo is where its at, i have it in my 7's bridge pos. and it is tight as fuck, i play tech death, similar to spawn of possession mixed with a bit of trey azagoth style guitar work, and i have a very clear sound, the notes are really defined and whatnot, if your going for clarity, and atmosphere, go for the evo, works great for the technical-brutal shit btw
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Old 2006-03-30, 03:56
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Evos' are great in a good guitar,they can sound like ass easily in shitty guitars.
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Old 2006-03-30, 18:16
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Evos' are great in a good guitar,they can sound like ass easily in shitty guitars.


Thats what im afraid of, I had evo's in a Ibanez Jem 555 before, i didnt like them, I dont know if it be that much different for the 7string, I know the pickup has some differences. I gotta find a pickup id like in basswood, i think ill try the Duncan Distortion7, its what i had originally planned and you never hear anything about it, ill review back here after I swap them, should be this weekend.
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Old 2006-04-01, 00:07
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Really,you didnt like evo's in a Jem?Then I would say dont get them for your 7.I thought evo's sounded as good as they got in Jems.Thats personal preference for you.
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