Deadly Sinners. 7 String hot over wound humbuckers matched pair

£32.50

Warman Deadly Sinners – pair of matched HOT overwound 7 string humbucker pickups – supplied with mounting springs and screws. 4 wire output for coil tapping.

 

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Warman Deadly Sinners – pair of matched HOT overwound 7 string humbucker pickups – supplied with mounting springs and screws. 4 wire output for coil tapping.

Warman Deadly Sinner pick ups are  a twin open coil humbucker in a black casing with non adjustable fixed height slugs so that you can fine tune the pickups for optimised output across all seven strings. The pickups give a huge range of tones with loads of heavy punchy lows,warm mids and power. Pinched harmonics are easy to produce time and again due to the excellent range of frequency responses.

4 wire output enables you to coil tap these little bad boys.

Bridge Sinner – 61mm overall string span over the centres of the 7 poles, wound to a 15.53 kohm which when interacting with the magnet produces a face melting 8.98 Henry of inductance. A truly mighty pickup with awesome metal abilities.

Neck Sinner – 58mm overall string span across the poles, wound to a more mellow ( well when compared to its more badly behaved bridge brother )  7.97 k which produces 4.72 Henry for warm and powerful chords with a broad tonal spectrum for when the ferocity backs off a little. Also sounds fantastic if you are one of those metal players that likes the thicker tones of soloing on the neck.

To give you some idea of the power of the pickups a DiMarzio ( TM ) Dual sound pickup with the coils in series, i.e at its most powerful setting, has an inductance of 6.4 Henry and an EMG-Select SEHG has an inductance of 4.2 Henry.

Warman pickups use ceramic magnets as these are even brighter than Alnico V or III, and in higher output pickups to help counterbalance the treble lost by the higher resistance (remember higher resistance means more midrange, but less highs).

Weight of the each is approx. 180g