I'm gonna get a Jackson RR3 in transparent red or crimson swirl, and i wanted to know two things
1.Can it handle Drop C

2.How would it sound with a Dimebucker and a seymour duncan invader or duncan preformer detonator in the neck

My current set-up
-Fender Starcaster
-Digitech RP 90
-Digitech Death Metal Dist. Pedal
-Raven RG20 amp(practice/recording)
-Fender 165 watt Ultimate Chorus(gigging)
-I'm Planning on getting a Dime CFH wah or a ibanez Weeping Demon
-I sometimes split the signal between the Ultimate chorus and the RG20 for tone

I dont care about your opinion on my Starcaster, its an okay guitar, and I play Avenged Sevenfold, BMFV, and Pantera Style stuff
If you set it up right, any guitar can do Drop C.
Quote by MoogleRancha

You sir, are a genius.

I salute you.

Quote by iwontwait
The bestowing of this thread on my life is yours. Thank you, Benjabenja.
i set mine up for it recently.
STEAM: beachhhhhhhh

Quote by cornmancer
Please daddy, just for one hour.
Dimebucker and Invader are apparently not very good pickups, muddy with little usable tone.

Plenty of other passive pickups for metal.

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo

E-Married to Funny_Page
Matt Tuck from Bullet uses a Rhoads for his drop-C playing, you just need to make sure it's set up properly. I've heard some bad things about both the Dimebucker and the Invader.

You might want to look into a new amp first/as well, I've never had experience with either of those amps, but I'd still recommend getting a new amp that can handle metal without a 'Death Metal' pedal.
Jackson Kelly KE3 w/P-Rails; Aria Pro II TSB-350
• ZVex Fuzz Factory; DigiTech Whammy; Danelectro Fish & Chips; Marshall ED1; Fulltone OCD; DigiTech Whammy; Marshall JMP1; Boss CE3; Vox AC4TV

EMU 0404; Reason/Record; M-Audio AV40