DiMarzio DP724BK Dreamcatcher 7™ Bridge Pickup
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The Rainmaker 7™ Neck and Dreamcatcher 7™ Bridge were developed for John Petrucci of Dream Theater. John says the new Rainmaker 7™ and Dreamcatcher 7™ neck and bridge pickups are “the quintessential tone-monsters we’ve been working on together since our very first collaboration, and the end result is absolutely mind-blowing.
“From the moment I plugged in the guitar and played the first note, I knew that we achieved Holy Grail-level results. With these pickups, the Majesty’s inherent tonal complexities and beauty are brought out in a way that gives the guitar an expressive, intense, fearless, creamy, gorgeous, pure, unobstructed, and addictively powerful voice. It literally feels like the guitar is alive and ready to jump out of my hands!”
The Dreamcatcher 7™ Bridge reflects John Petrucci’s continuing process of refining and expanding his sound. Although designed specifically for John’s neck-through signature Ernie Ball Music Man Majesty guitar, the basic performance shows the overall direction John said he wants to follow in pursuit of his personal sound. This pickup has an increased sensitivity to pick attack and more dynamic range overall. The Dreamcatcher 7™ Bridge focuses more power on the low mids to allow the bridge position to cut through the mix without brittle highs or muddy lows.
John claims, “These pickups are truly inspirational, and I look forward to hearing them roar on stage and in the studio night after night!”
All DiMarzio® pickups are made in USA.
Tech Talks:The Dreamcatcher 7™ Bridge is a heavyweight pickup that’s also light on its feet. It has power but is not ultra-high output. The power is concentrated on the low mids, and there is a small scoop in the upper mids to keep the overall sound both warm and defined. The split sound is both full and very focused for the middle position neck and bridge split combination that John Petrucci is known for.
- Quick Connect: No
- Wiring: 4 conductor
- Magnet: Ceramic
- Resistance: 12.62
- Year of Introduction: 2019