Item #: DIM A67 Mfr# DP419W

    DiMarzio Area 67 Hum Cancelling Strat Single Coil Pickup

    Order your DiMarzio Area 67 Hum Cancelling Strat Single Coil Pickup and enjoy 0% Interest Payment Plans, Free Shipping, Free Extended Warranty and 45 Day Money Back Guarantee.
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    Product Description

    The DiMarzio Area 67 captures the incredible single coil tone of the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, with none of the hum!
    The Monterey Pop Festival of 1967 was a watershed event in American music. When it was over, the world had heard and felt the sound of a Strat in the hands of a master. Single-coils in 1967 were bright and very clean. And of course, they hummed. DiMarzio has captured the classic bright and clean sound but totally eliminated the hum with their patented Area technology. They've also reduced magnet pull by 40% for improved sustain and clarity. The Area 67 has the chime of 60s pickups, and the 2 and 4 positions are light, bright and quack-happy.

    Recommended For: All positions, especially neck and middle

    Tech Talk
    Strat pickups in the late 1960s used full-strength Alnico 5 magnets. The patented magnetic field of the Area models is more efficient and focused than it is on true single-coils, which allows DiMarzio to use Alnico 2 instead. There's much less magnet pull, but no loss of output. This is a major advantage in the neck and middle positions, where sustain and intonation can both suffer if the strings are exposed to strong magnetic fields. In the bridge position, the patented technology of the Area 67 produces a sound that's very bright but not brittle.

    Product Specifications

    DiMarzio Area 67 Specifications

    • Wiring: 4 Conductor
    • Magnet: Alnico 2
    • Output: 120
    • DC Resistance: 5.86
    • Year of Introduction: 2008
    • Patent #: 4,442,749 and 5,908,802

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    Phone:  718-981-9286 Warranty:  5 years, limited
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