What are the best Dimarzio pickups for the Djent tone

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Djosh
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I am on a budget and do not want to splurge on something like bareknuckes, and i hear dimarzio are good especially the Crunchlab and Liquifire set but i was just wanting a second opinion what do you guys think?

Djosh
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I have a 6 six string if that helps!

djentalicious
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well misha mansoor uses crunch lab and liquifier when he isn't using bareknuckles.

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im using the evolution and im loving it, it has an amazing clarity and definition on full chords, and a nice edge on palm mutes, and there are lots of new natural harmonics my other pickups cant catch ;D
and also has this kinda ''woody'' flavor.
funny that i dislike so much steve vai, but im loving his pickups lol k
the clean sound, saddly its no so good
also ive tryed the dimarzio distortion before, and never liked it too much, kinda muddy and bassy.
also tryed the dactivators, but find them too much ''sterile'' and kinda boring sounding

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Crunch lab and liquifire (?)

johnny shnizz
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a friend of mine has the crunchlab in his guitar. it´s a freaking beast, so crunchy and of course it djents splendidly. it has a lot of charisma. can´t go wrong with it.

Djosh
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Thanks guys im probaly going to go with the Crunchlab in the bridge for sure, but still trying to decide what im going to put in the neck.

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if you go for the crunchlab you might as well get the liquifier for the neck. the tow are made to go together.

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My newest guitar has both d-activators and it sounds damn good

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AryaBara wrote:

Crunch lab and liquifire (?)

goddamn yes!

Senjougahara Yousei
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Crunch lab and liquifire of course!
I have these on my RG7321 and they're pretty nice!

I also got a 6-string guitar that using the D-Activator and it's also djenty!