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Thread: Interview: CJ Grimmark

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddroyce View Post
    You mean the Tone Zone? It's the same pickup, DiMarzio doesn't make a neck version unless specified like the Evo Neck or Breed Neck models. The Air Norton that so many shred guys love in the neck is actually a bridge pickup that happened to work extremely well in the neck.
    Cool I didn't think they made a TZ neck pu. The only reason I thought it might be is because the TZ in my pro white has DiMarzio stamped in white on the cover and the one in my black mjr doesn't. Thought maybe Romeo got them to make a special neck version for Itaru or something. I'll finally be able to test the pickups out tomorrow at practice so I'm excited.
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    To be totally honest, it's the first DiMarzio I ever got that had a white Dimarzio stamp on it which is kinda cool if you ask me. The last time I checked, Michael Romeo wasn't actually endorsed by DiMarzio (don't know why though, he should be) and I don't think DiMarzio would actually do a special neck version for just one model guitar.
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    Yeah I don't remember seeing that stamp on any of my previous Dimarzio's. Looks great with the white body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshnir View Post
    Yeah I don't remember seeing that stamp on any of my previous Dimarzio's. Looks great with the white body.
    I actually had another f-spaced tone zone without the stamp but I thought it looked cooler with it, especially with the white body so I figured I might as well install the stamped one for a cooler look.
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    I just came across this video by accident while looking for clips of the Lundgren M6 and it looks like someone has compiled all the solos from Rob Rock's Voice of Melodic Metal DVD which showcases our man CJ burning up the fretboard. Anyways, enough of my babble, here's the video:

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    Not too shabby. Great tone, that other guy needs a Caparison.
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    Yea, you can really hear the difference between that Ibanez (?) and the Cap. The cap is coming alot cleaner trough the system.
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    I'm pretty sure the sound engineer didn't crank the volume on CJ more than the other guy. But since it looks like they're both using the same amp, you can really hear the difference between them.
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    Well, that was my video. I'm happy you all enjoyed it

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