DiMarzio The Chopper T Bridge DP384

DiMarzio The Chopper T Bridge DP384



This is the Dimarzio Chopper T (DP384) replacement tele style bridge pickup and it is an ideal choice for anyone wanting a hum cancelling pickup that works in a single coil space. It has more power and punch than a fast track and works amps very hard with plenty of tone and character. We love this pickup and would recommend it to anyone wanting a full and more powerful single coil size hum canceling option. With a selection of colour options on offer we would point out that only the standard versions with no sur-charge are likely to be from stock so if you are interested in an alternative colour finish please do email us for a guide to delivery times. This Chopper pickup has to be one of Dimarzio's best loved and versatile pickups. Please email us if you have any further questions. 

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.

Recommended For
Standard Tele® bridge position.
Tech Talk
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
Treble    7.0 / 10
Mid    6.0 / 10
Bass    6.0 / 10

For custom colours and configurations please call or email for prices and delivery estimates.
BlackCreamWhiteAged WhiteMint Green


  • Brand: dimarzio
  • Condition: New


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