#1
I was looking at GFS humbuckers and i was wondering which would be the best for metal?I want a slipknot/funeral for a friend tones and some acoustic.
Thanks

EDIT: I was looking at these pickups. i listened to the clips and they sound awesome. Think they would work?
Gear
Ibanez GRG170DX
Bluerock Begginers Strat
Fender Acoustic
Bluerock Begginers 10W Amp
Lne 6 Spider 3 15
Gear to come
Les Paul Copy(Fixing up to be good)
Last edited by superkal1 at Dec 14, 2008,
#2
I'd get a decent amp instead, you'll hear hardly any (if any at all) difference in tone running through what you have now (note how the guy on that website states he's running it through a nice Soldano)
It'll be money wasted
ohai little sig.
#3
^that dosn't answer the question at all.

For metal, I'd check out the GFS power rails. but, yeah you should upgrade the amp.

sorry, it just bugs me when a person asks a question and get "you need a new amp" as an answer. He probably does need a new amp, but that's not what he asked
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#4
Im getting a new amp. And the pickups are going to be for a build im doing
Gear
Ibanez GRG170DX
Bluerock Begginers Strat
Fender Acoustic
Bluerock Begginers 10W Amp
Lne 6 Spider 3 15
Gear to come
Les Paul Copy(Fixing up to be good)
#5
Quote by superkal1
Im getting a new amp. And the pickups are going to be for a build im doing

It's worth stating that in your OP, I'd have found that pretty useful info.
I don't have much experience with GFS pups but my personal favourites for heavier tones would be a Seymour Duncan JB/Jazz combo because they don't sacrifice versatility
ohai little sig.