#1
I have a jackson soloist single/single/humbucker.

I want to put a SEYMOUR DUNCAN pickup set.
And i want some help for it.

I Play Rock,Hard Rock and Metal.(megadeth,maiden,GnR etc)

I use a marshall 8100 valvestate 100w.

Please give opinions about complete sets.

Thank you very much.
#2
All guitars and all pickup brands sound the same through a Marshall Valvestate. I used to play through one for three years, so I know what I'm talking about. Replace the amp before you buy new pickups if you want any results.
#5
because i have ~50% discount on them.understand??I have a friend that works with them...
#6
I'd say try the Seymour Screamin Demon in the bridge and a JB in the neck.
That's my favorite. I can't preach about the Demon enough - it's just awesome - clear, raw, punchy.
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#8
Quote by OzzyMustaine
because i have ~50% discount on them.understand??I have a friend that works with them...

You say that like we almost could have figured it out from your original post.
I'd suggest a Custom Custom.
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I'd say try the Seymour Screamin Demon in the bridge and a JB in the neck.
That's my favorite. I can't preach about the Demon enough - it's just awesome - clear, raw, punchy.

Or this.
Last edited by Horlicks at Dec 21, 2008,
#9
I hate to be the one who says new amp but...new amp.
I've played through a Valvestate for months, even when I switched to low output Alnico Pro II's I hardly heard a difference.

Also calm down, it's a lack of information you are providing thats making everyone question you.

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#10
Quote by OzzyMustaine
because i have ~50% discount on them.understand??I have a friend that works with them...

sry pals..i dont mean to mock you.

I just want an opinion for the 2 singles and for the humbucker

I know that maybe the amps isnt the better,but i will change it in some time.
Now plz gimme some opinions for the set.ok,if u want to say another labels feel free to do it.in this moment the only really good pickup i have is a emg 81 on the bridge...X)
#11
New pickups are nice... when you have a good amp.

And regardless, SD's are overrated.

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#12
k...so,what u think??that i add only 2 singles to the emg 81??
and thats just my home amp....:P
when i want a real thing i can use a jcm 800 2203.
#13
erm,

Custom custom or JB in the bridge?

I'm not very well versed on the smaller SD pups
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#14
I love alnico II pro's.

They don't seem too popular around UG though..
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#15
Alnico II Pro's aren't bad, but if you're going for the type of music you're describing, I'd say JB in the bridge for sure....that's the "universal" pup. The next step would be the Distortion (rated HIGHER than the almighty Dimebucker everyone seems to be drawn to), but it's ceramic...won't clean up as nice as the JB.

For the neck, I say go with the Hot Rails. Still a single coil, but definitely beefier and as close to a humbucker as you'll get. I rarely use my middle single coil, but if you do, consider another Hot Rails. Saw a Soloist for sale with this exact setup, and played it thru an Engl Fireball....damn near perfection.
#16
Well I went for a couple of phatt cats and it transformed my guitar.
#17
Yeah,i will put a JB on the bridge for sure.But i must admit that i am sooo confused about the neck and middle positions....should i put a Classic stack humbucker??
Lol...choose Emgs so much simple..