#1
Don't ask why lol but what is the differance between a Seymour Duncan SH-2 Jazz and a Seymour Duncan 59'?

In the neck position.
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#3
Quote by forsaknazrael
The Jazz is warmer. The '59 is brighter, voiced like a PAF. The '59 handles OD better.

A better question would be, what's wrong with your current neck pickup?


Ok Ill give the short explnation. I'm selling my les paul because I have been getting into alot of insturmental stuff (Steve Vai, Satch, Neil Zaza, etc.) and my les paul isnt cutting it anymore for a few reasons.

The pickups are ok but muddy and not exactly what im looking for.
I offically HATE THE SINGLE CUTAWAY AHHHH
The scale length is too short for my fingers
The medium tend to buzz a little when I get agressive.

Im looking at a Schecter C-1 Classic and C-1 Blackjack
American Strat:
Area 61 Neck, Area 67 Middle & Bridge
Spretzel Locking Tuners
Graphtech Nut & String Tree
Lots O' Love!

JSX + Orange Cab
Fender Blues Deluxe
Deluxe Memory Man
Fulltone Full Drive 2 & OCD
H2O Chorus/Echo
#4
Most people on this site swear by the JB/59 combo. But the RR3 (which sounded awesome) has JB/SH-2
#6
Quote by Darkice
I have a Schecter C-1 classic we could maybe make a deal for..?
IDK though I love it so much.


Sorry but I've got this thing with used guitars. Ill buy used amps, pedals, and pretty much anything else but not a used guitar. I dunno, im weird
American Strat:
Area 61 Neck, Area 67 Middle & Bridge
Spretzel Locking Tuners
Graphtech Nut & String Tree
Lots O' Love!

JSX + Orange Cab
Fender Blues Deluxe
Deluxe Memory Man
Fulltone Full Drive 2 & OCD
H2O Chorus/Echo
#7
Quote by tigerking615
Most people on this site swear by the JB/59 combo. But the RR3 (which sounded awesome) has JB/SH-2

Most of the people who swear by it have never even used it - the people who know a bit about pickups hardly ever recommend the JB.
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#8
Quote by steven seagull
Most of the people who swear by it have never even used it - the people who know a bit about pickups hardly ever recommend the JB.


+1.
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#9
Quote by steven seagull
Most of the people who swear by it have never even used it - the people who know a bit about pickups hardly ever recommend the JB.


What's wrong with it? I don't own a guitar with it, but I tried that RR3 for a while and I really liked the sound...But DiMarzio is the god of passive pickups in my opinion.
#11
Quote by Ninja Penguin77
Ok Ill give the short explnation. I'm selling my les paul because I have been getting into alot of insturmental stuff (Steve Vai, Satch, Neil Zaza, etc.) and my les paul isnt cutting it anymore for a few reasons.

The pickups are ok but muddy and not exactly what im looking for.
I offically HATE THE SINGLE CUTAWAY AHHHH
The scale length is too short for my fingers
The medium tend to buzz a little when I get agressive.

Im looking at a Schecter C-1 Classic and C-1 Blackjack

I really don't think the scale length matters like that...I've got absolutely huge hands, and I like the smaller 24.75" scale.

And buzzing is due more to your guitar's setup.

Have you played those Schecters? Tonally, they're not all that different.
#12
the shorter scale length can make things a bit muddier though.

i'd probably go for the one with the '59, but to be honest for instrumental shred it's possible you might end up switching out either of those.
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