Every DeArmond product — musical instrument pickups, effects units, amplifiers and spare parts — sold to the public through music outlets and distributors was given a specific reference number. Where known, these numbers are included below. The Model , a four-scroll moustache pickup with a white plastic bezel, was fitted in many Harmony guitars. Another pickup listed below, the much rarer Model , appears identical to the above. Rarer still, I have only seen one example of a , which appears the same as the
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Vintage Dearmond s chords and single notes. : Pickups : The Gretsch Pages
Does anyone else find that vintage dearmond s sound better for single note or two string stuff than for chording? On single and double note stuff and solos it sounded really great. Very clean, crisp and articulate, yet full and creamy. I normally use a Boss GE-7 as a straight volume boost but I was thinking of using it in reverse with a bit of a mid scoop and an added bit of top end. On for rhythm scooped and jangly and off for solos louder with more mids Anyone else notice this.
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Rowe-DeArmond produced over different guitar and bass pickups. The numbered pickups are clearly identified as such in their catalogs. No bass pickups were included in those catalogs.
Sporting a unique configuration of individually adjustable polepieces, it became a hit among electric guitarists in the years following its introduction. And while some may be inclined to opt for the real thing when it comes to replacement parts or instrument upgrades and modifications, there are also a number of more affordable Model style designs currently on offer from the likes of Gretsch DynaSonic , Seymour Duncan Duncan Dyno and TV Jones T-Armond range. You can really hear every note. You can get a nice growl out of the wound strings. We also use a non-standard magnet wire in both the neck and the bridge pickups; we offer a neck pickup with thicker wire for more clarity, and a bridge pickup with thinner wire, which sounds a little rounder in the top-end.