Lace Deathbar 4.5 - For 9 or 10 string guitars.
Designed for Extended Range Guitars.
The new Aluma Deathbar Pickups from Lace have arrived. Based on the Alumitone Deathbucker pickup, the Aluma Deathbar is voiced with a more aggressive midrange and higher output than the X-Bar pickups.
Designed for Extended Range Guitars (7 Sting Guitar, 8 String Guitar, 9 String Guitar and 10 String Guitar), the Deathbar pickups have a broad, sensitive, wide band tone, with loads of warmth, clarity and headroom. The bold, yet articulate low end is tight, but not bassy, and your tone stays out of the mud-zone. The attack is smooth when playing both rhythms and leads, and tight enough for Metal and Djent style riffing and chugs. Even when distorted, the liquid crystal tone shines through for large chords.
Developed for straight or fanned necks, the extremely versatile Deathbar pickups excel at everything from Jazz to Djent and all points in between. Another advantage with the Deathbar is, there is no volume drop in split mode and working as a single coil; noise is virtually eliminated in comparison to standard old style humbucker designs (split wiring diagram HERE). The world’s first passive, high output, High Definition pickup for Extended Range Guitars has arrived.
Because of variance in string width between manufactures please make sure when purchasing that it is the correct size pickup. See the previous page for the Aluma X-Bar & Deathbar pickups.
Think: Tosin Abasi, Tony MacAlpine, Scott Hull, Stephen Carpenter, Chris Howorth, Matt Heafy
Sound: Bold and agressive, broadband, high definition tone for extended range guitars
||Black Anodized or Chrome ($20 additional charge for Chrome.) Chrome not available on the Deathbar 5.0
- Resistance: 5.0k
- Peak Frequency: 1320
- Inductance: 50 henries
* Adjusted for current driven Alumitone technology
** Adjusted for Dual Side Wound design
*** Ceramic Enhanced
This Heat Index is a comparison for Lace Pickups and our three distinct technological designs. Please note Humbucker and Single Coil pickups use separate scales. Other manufactures use their own scale and criteria