#1
well im thinking of buying a epiphone les paul custom, and i want to change the pickups, i want really hi gain bridge pickup (like a dimarzio x2n) and a really smooth warm sounding clean neck pickup, i dont want to go into active pickup's so passive pickups only

i play through a laney lc50 which is a tube amp
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Last edited by ChazBcWarlock at Jan 7, 2009,
#2
well if your amp is distorted its going to sound distorted on both pickups and if its in clean they are both going to be clean...
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#4
I'm a massive advocate of active pickups. Do you mind me asking why you won't consider them?
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#6
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I'm a massive advocate of active pickups. Do you mind me asking why you won't consider them?



because i find making a big cavity in the back of the guitar a pain in the ass as i cant do woodwork or electronics and would be expensive to hire someone to do it
Jackson KE 3 Trans Black
Schecter C7 ATX
Siggery Custom


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#7
Quote by ChazBcWarlock
well im thinking of buying a epiphone les paul custom, and i want to change the pickups, i want really hi gain bridge pickup (like a dimarzio x2n) and a really smooth warm sounding clean neck pickup, i dont want to go into active pickup's so passive pickups only

i play through a laney lc50 which is a tube amp


and???
#8
I did read the post. and the guitar's pickups are pretty much already going to do that...lol
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