#3
if your actually a shredder it shouldn't matter... but look for anything high output.
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I like the dimarzio evo 2
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Tonezone and Jb are usually in the bridge...


The Air Norton is great if you want the tone to be wicked clean and articulate
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#9
Quote by Teh GIR
Tonezone and Jb are usually in the bridge...


The Air Norton is great if you want the tone to be wicked clean and articulate



anyone know a good bareknuckle shredder?
#11
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Tonezone and Jb are usually in the bridge...


The Air Norton is great if you want the tone to be wicked clean and articulate

+1, no1 read that he wanted a neck p-up
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anyone know a good bareknuckle shredder?


i was recommended the miracle man by tim at bare knuckle to get gilberts Racer x tone
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the dimarzio evo's are good but they are loud.
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if your actually a shredder it shouldn't matter...


This.

We can't really recommnd you a pickup unless we know exactly what kind of tone you have and what tone you're looking for. What amp do you have, what's your EQ like and what sound are you looking for?
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Full Shred. very articulate but you have to play cleanly.
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if your actually a shredder it shouldn't matter... but look for anything high output.

Why?

The main requirements from a pickup when playing fast stuff are clarity, clarity under distortion, dynamics, articulation and the ability to cut through which means plenty of mids...the output is irrelevant.
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The main requirements from a pickup when playing fast stuff are clarity, clarity under distortion, dynamics, articulation and the ability to cut through which means plenty of mids...the output is irrelevant.


It may be just me but any pickup that doesn't have these qualities anyway is useless, no matter what you're playing...
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#21
Yeah, you do kind of have a point there

I suppose clarity is a relative thing, if you compare something like the Evo to something like a Pearly Gates then the Evo is on a whole other level. The Pearly Gates is nowhere close to being muddy, but the slower attack and different voicing will make it softer and spongier than the razor-sharp Evo.
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Yeah, you do kind of have a point there

I suppose clarity is a relative thing, if you compare something like the Evo to something like a Pearly Gates then the Evo is on a whole other level. The Pearly Gates is nowhere close to being muddy, but the slower attack and different voicing will make it softer and spongier than the razor-sharp Evo.


True indeed, I suppose there is a difference between "articulate" and "picks up every single little thing you do within 10 feet of it"
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#23
Speaking of clarity, clarity when using distortion etc and overall the best pickup I've ever heard is the Seymour Duncan '78 model.
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#24
Dimarzio air norton
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#26
Steve Vai used the DiMarzio PAF Pro's before the Evo's came out. Paul Gilbert still uses the PAF Pro in his Ibanez sig guitar and Joe Satriani uses it as his neck pu in his sig guitars and a DiMarzio Fred in the bridge so i imagine thats a bit hotter than the PAF Pro, so maybe try The Dimarzio PAF Pro and the Fred?