The Chopper T DP384 from DiMarzio is no traditional Tele pickup! Powerful and weighty, the Chopper T packs punch and crunch!
Here's what DiMarzio say about the DP384
The Chopper T™ Bridge is the louder, punchier brother of the Fast Track T™. More power is concentrated in the mids and low end for a bigger sound with more crunch. It shares the same side-by-side coils and twin-blade construction as the Fast Track T™, so there are no string alignment or magnet-pull problems. And of course, there’s no noise.
- Standard Tele® bridge position.
Not exactly the traditional Tele® bridge sound, The Chopper T™ Bridge has less twang and more chunk. This makes for a solid blues sound. 250K controls (the usual value on most Tele® guitars) will produce a warm sound without much high-end bite: 500K controls will open the top end up more and brighten up the low strings as well.
- Wiring: 4 Conductor
- Magnet: Ceramic
- Output mV: 260
- DC Resistance: 9.19 Kohm
- Year of Introduction: 1994
- Patent: 4,501,185