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The full pack can be found, here: http://xrayprofiles.bigcartel.com/product/blend-diezel-d-moll-fortin-marshall
It includes 20 profiles, featuring 2 amps running at the same time: a Diezel D-Moll and a Fortin modded Marshall VM2466.
For this demo I've used profiles number, 13, 2 and 3.
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Gear used in this video:
Timber Tones Blonde Horn Pick
Kemper Profiling Amp
Eric Johnson AS Fender Stratocaster
For bass I used Octaver Effect from Kemper.
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My first video "demoing" pickups. In this video, I play with "Holy Divers" from Bare Knuckle Pickups.
My opinion -
For lead playing:
Both pickups are very responsive to how hard you pick/pluck the strings and that is extremely pleasant as you can really get into it (as I did in this video).
Both pickups are really tight, the neck pickup provides you with a good start for that "liquid lead tone" you might be seeking. The bridge pickup has much more treble but nothing over the top, just the right amount. I usually go for the neck pickup or both but this set allows me to be that dynamic.
For rhythm playing:
The neck pickup has great body with good mids, think of a "Whitesnake" riff.
The bridge pickup, again, has much more treble but not too much.
Both are very clear (providing you adjust the pickups' height correctly) and strong.