From the manufacturer:
Ultra high output blade humbucker built for aggressive playing styles. Recommended for rock, metal, hard-hitting solos and other heavy rock styles.
The Dimebucker uses a powerful ceramic magnet coupled with stainless steel blades for vulgar attitude. The secret to the Dimebucker's hard-hitting crunch is the small amount of metal mass in the core of the pickup. This allows the Dimebucker to have both high d.c. resistance (16.25k ohms ) and a high resonant peak (5.1k Hz). The result is a pickup with lots of biting treble, punchy bass, immense clarity and eyebrow-raising squeal harmonics. Comes with four-conductor hookup cable and its own form-fitting mounting ring.
Recommended for bridge position. Dimebag used a '59 Model in the neck for P.A.F. tones.
For all instruments. The double blades make this pickup suitable for both humbucker and Trembucker string spacings
Comes in any color you want. As long as it's black.
Dimebag Darrell / Damageplan & Pantera, Mark Morton / Lamb of God
"If you ever listen to a Pantera record, that's what you'll hear through this pickup." -Dimebag Darrell
Magnet type: ceramic bar, D.C. Resistance 16.25k"
Best videos/sound clips:
Here we have the positively epic 2012 Seymour Duncan 12-way bridge metal pickup shootout in all its glory! The top video is the "rapid fire" comparison (2 min total), and the bottom video is the 15 minute in-depth comparison. I've included these videos here as the SH-13 is in the video (bottom row on the left). What's great is that you get to hear the same song being played on the same guitar by the same player. The licks are tasteful and it's mic'd well. Now as a critique, the mix is pretty heavy and with the bass and kick drum I find it hard to tell much about the quantity/quality of the bass output of these pickups. My take on this video though: All of these pickups do a good job – really you could play metal with any of these and be happy. Note: As this is an older video it is missing the Black Winter, Pegasus, and Nazgul bridge humbuckers.
The player is Keith Merrow and the song is "Pillars of Creation". Keith is playing a Strictly 7 Guitars "Cobra" Baritone 6-string 27.5" scale guitar through a Rhodes Colossus H-100 head.