Sound: I put this in my strat during my conversion to a H-S-S (technically H-S-H, with the DiMarzio chopper in the neck). The pickup is amazing sounding, producing searing metal tones, with tight palm mutes and pinch harmonics. The tone is massive, especially after I put on a set of .11 string on the strat. The sound clean is surprisingly bluesy sound, with funk or even country sound great using it.
Quality: The build quality is great, with the adjustable pole-pieces allowing you to tailor how each string reacts through the pickup, giving you the ability to really fine tune your tone. No hum through the pickup due to bad electronics, and everything tightly secured together, this little baby isn't falling apart any time soon.
Overall I am amazed by this pickup. I really need to hand it to the techs over at DiMarzio and Mark Morton for crafting a great pickup.
Having had the pickup for several months now I really dig the metal sounds one can get out of it - this is why I got it, so I am glad it worked. It may be the set up but I noticed lots of treble power - this can be tammed with my amp tone controls (or perhaps you could use an equalizer). The range it can cover is massive. With the tone rolled down it is good for jazz and then as you increase the tone it gets more into the heavy/metal territory. I have the Dominion in two of my guitars (les paul style and PRS style) and it does work on both. I also have used the split coil sounds - I do not own a fender so it is difficult to say it has fender like tones, but I do dig it and it adds versatility to the sound - but, as a matter of course, there is a volume loss (noticeable) when splitting the pickup - something akin to any humbucker that gets split.
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