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Miso
bobnar


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Odgovor Objavljeno: 04 Nov 2005, 20:21 

Kateri med temi tremi di marzio magneti se vam zdi najbolši? Tone zone, Evolution, Super Distortion?
 
 
 
 
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Odvisno za kaj rabiš, kakšna kitara, katera pozicija.. Drugace pa težko povedat, dvomim da je kdo imel možnost vse tri z istim setupom preizkusit.. Poglej opis, specifikacije (output) in se odloči, falit pomoje ne moreš ker so vsi v redu.
 
 
 
 
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K že nimam kej bolj pametnega za počet..


EVOLUTION

The Evolution® neck and bridge humbuckers are the result of two years of research to come up with the right sound for a very demanding player: Steve Vai and his Ibanez® Jems. Both pickups are designed for maximum impact and power. The neck pickup is fat, punchy and loud. The bridge pickup is tight, aggressive and louder. Both pickups have our patented dual-resonance configuration to reproduce more harmonic overtones than conventional humbuckers. Evolution® pickups are not polite-sounding, and they're not for the inexperienced, but – if you've got the chops and a hot amp-your sound will burn. The Evolution® pickups were originally designed with live gigs in mind, but they have so much presence and definition that they're great recording pickups, too; they slice right through even the densest mix.
Recommended For: Bridge position in solid body guitars.
Tech Talk: The Evolution® bridge pickup works best for soloing where the sound must cut through. Low notes are very tight, and the highs have a lot of presence, enabling the pickup to be heard in almost any situation. Obviously, the Evolution® was designed for Steve's Ibanez® Jems, but it can add a lot of punch and definition to Les Pauls and similar set-neck guitars – even the lowest bass notes really jump out of the amp, and feedback occurs easily with a wide range of harmonic overtones.

Output: 404 Magnet: Ceramic

TONE ZONE
Have you ever heard a bridge pickup that made a guitar sound like a giant mosquito attack? If you've run into this problem, The Tone Zone® is the solution. The Tone Zone® is hot enough to qualify as a high-output pickup, but it has a wider dynamic range–hard picking will produce a lot of power, and softer picking will be much cleaner and quieter. It's got tremendous bass and low-mid response to reinforce the bottom end and make the overall sound bigger. The highest single notes have depth, and chords sound huge. Patented dual-resonance coils reproduce more overtones than you’d expect from such a fat-sounding pickup. It makes a great match with an Air Norton™, PAF Joe™ or PAF Pro®, and split-coil mode produces an excellent single-coil sound as well.
Recommended For: Bridge position in all solid body guitars.
Tech Talk: The Tone Zone® is hot enough to qualify as a high-output pickup, but it has a wider dynamic range - hard picking will produce a lot of power, and softer picking will be much cleaner and quieter. Many models can be used in the neck position, from the Air Classic™ to the Air Zone™; the PAF Pro® and the Fred® are also good choices. Higher-output single-coil replacements like the Cruiser® and Fast Track 1™ are also recommended.

Output: 375 Magnet: Alnico 5

SUPER DISTORTION

This pickup started a sound revolution. Replacement pickups simply didn't exist before the invention of the Super Distortion® in the early Seventies. The Super Distortion® (and its original 3-conductor version, the Dual Sound®) was the first pickup specifically designed to kick a tube amp into total overdrive, and is still the standard by which all other high-output pickups are measured. The Super Distortion® has a perfect blend of power and tone: both single-notes and chords jump out of the amp and fill the room (or the track) with a wall of sound. The balance of tones is classic-thick, boosted mids, big lows and fat highs. This is the sound you've heard for over three decades on platinum records, from players as varied as Ace Frehley, Al Di Meola and Paul Gilbert. It's also versatile: 4-conductor wiring allows instant access to Strat®-like split and series-parallel modes. Discover what thousands of great players know: the Super Distortion® is the best all 'round high-power pickup ever made.
Recommended For: The Super Distortion® is primarily a bridge position pickup, although it can be used in the neck position with a relatively low-gain amp. Specifically designed for solid-bodies: hollow and semi-hollow guitars can be hard to control with warm, high output pickups.
Tech Talk: When we first built the Super Distortion®, it was a one-conductor pickup. As a 4-conductor pickup, it's extremely versatile. Coil-splitting produces a very Strat-like option, both in tone and power. Parallel wiring is similar to splitting, but it's still humbucking and a little more hollow-sounding; Paul Gilbert used to use two Super Distortions® wired in parallel when he was in Racer X.

Output: 425 Magnet: Ceramic
 
 
 
 
Borut
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Za moj okus: super distortion bi npr. dal v kopijo gibsonke ali pa kako drugo bolj klasiko sg, yamaha sg,PRS,.... se pravi v kako bolj špehasto kitaro, ki ima gor tudi nekaj mahagonija.

Tone zone bi dal na Ibaneza RG,S,....,....se pravi na modernejse kitare na katerih ponavadi ni mahagonija ampak je kak jesen, jelša, lipa...

Evolution mi je pa najmanj všeč od vseh treh. Vtakneš ga lahko kamorkoli, ker bo v vsaki različni kitari slišati dosti bolj podobno, kot ostala dva. Tega pa pri magnetu ne maram.Nekako nadvlada nad specifiko kitare. Dodaš še multiefekt in si Steve Vai. :wink: Sej ni slab ampak zelo specifičen. Če imaš rad zvok novodobnih high output stvari ki so slišati vse podobno je to-to. Tudi za špilanje direkt na amp se mi zdi najslabša ibira od teh treh.Ni pa nikakor slab....

Če bi napisal kam nameravaš montirati bi bilo lažje pisati...
 
 
 
 
Miso
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Pridružen: 01 Sep 2005, 22:40

Odgovor Objavljeno: 05 Nov 2005, 00:26 

Aja hvala za odgovore pa se opravičujem za premalo podrobnosti. Razmišljo sem za bridge pozicijo in kitara je jackson dinky. Igram pa še trenutno z bandom priredbe Metallice, Gunsov, Maidenov pa kakih ac/dc še tud. Rad bi predvsem dober dist., ampak še zraven lep razločen clean.
 
 
 
 
luciFERŠT
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Pridružen: 03 Apr 2005, 22:53
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 05 Nov 2005, 00:49 

jast bi tudi vprasal za nasvet pri magnetih.
in sicer,kire bi mi priporocali za ibanez s470.
in sicer za vse, ker ni niti eden res dober
:(
 
 
 
 
Borut
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Prosim spremeni si nickname...
 
 
 
 
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 05 Nov 2005, 01:21 

Fist F*ck tudi js imam s 470 in se odločam za nakup x2n sam nevem kako se bo odnesel v mahagonij kitari sam mi je u bistvu vseeno :wink:
 
 
 
 
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 05 Nov 2005, 04:00 

Na ibanez S seriji s tonezone magnetom prakticno ne mores falit. Sploh so bili hi-end ibanezi par let nazaj (serije nad 3000 - aka 3120 ipd.) serijsko s tonezone magneti na bridgeu.
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 05 Nov 2005, 13:04 

jaz pa nameravam narediti kopijo Ibanez JEM, naredil bi jo iz mehagonija in me zanima kakšni magneti bi bili dobri :D
 
 
 
 
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 05 Nov 2005, 13:21 

jst mam v mahagoni RGju dimarzio 'steve's special' na bridgu in 'air norton' na necku
 
 
 
 
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 04 Jan 2007, 21:22 

zivjo. Bom kar to temo uporabil da neki prašam.

V glavnem: menjal bom magneta na epiphonki LP studio pa nimam blage veze o magnetih, zato bi vas prosil da mi malo pomagate pri nakupu:

-glede zvoka, nisem nekako omejen (najraje bi neki v stilu LP), na bridge poziciji neki malo močnejšega (da nebi bil zvok preveč razmazan pri bolj odprtem gainu) sam pa ne nekih ekstremov-nočem metalskega zvoka...., na necku pa lahko kaj malo manj agresivnejšega.

-pa kupil bi kašne modele ki se večkrat rabljeni pojavljajo, da me ne bo toliko po žepu udarilo

prosim za kak predlog :)

(aja, pa še neki, sam informativno, koliko stane zalivanje magnetov z voskom?)
 
 
 
 
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 04 Jan 2007, 21:37 

Zakaj se pa jih zaliva z voskom?
 
 
 
 
volk
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 04 Jan 2007, 21:51 

Cjatar napisal/-a:
Zakaj se pa jih zaliva z voskom?


kolikor vem je to glavni razlog da magneti piskajo, in zaradi tega problema menjujem magnete. Sam pa predvidevam da se v original magnete od epi ne splača nič vlagat, pa tudi sploh ne vem če bi pomagalo.
 
 
 
 
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Odgovor Objavljeno: 04 Jan 2007, 23:02 

potopijo se v vosek, zato da NE piskajo.

piskajo zaradi mikrofonicnosti, ko magnet vibrira (vosek prepreci se tako majhne vibracije v magnetu). vcasih je dovolj ce jih se enkrat povoskas, ampak to ni vedno dovolj. zna se zgodit, da piska zato, ker ni dovolj trdno privijacen in magnet kot celota vibrira.
 
 
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