#1
Which would be the best Seymour Duncan pickups to go with a Full Shred (which will be in the neck)? I was thinking the Invader, but I'm not sure.
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#2
Details about the guitar and type of music you plan on playing. IMO the SH10-TB10 is a great bridge pickup. Don't hear of it being used in the neck much.
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#3
Quote by yellowv
Details about the guitar and type of music you plan on playing. IMO the SH10-TB10 is a great bridge pickup. Don't hear of it being used in the neck much.


Probably a Jackson RR3. And hard-rock/metal.

I was thinking neck since it's in the neck stock on the WR1's.
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I would put it in the bridge and get a 59' or Air Norton for the neck. I'm not a fan of the invader. The FS is a good hard/rock metal pickup.
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#6
Quote by yellowv
I would put it in the bridge and get a 59' or Air Norton for the neck. I'm not a fan of the invader. The FS is a good hard/rock metal pickup.


Will do. Thanks.
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#7
I'm curious too, I was thinking possibly a distortion. Maybe a fullshred bridge. I have a very different guitar from you though, I have an Epi LP... dear god, I can't take the pickups any more!
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#8
I like invaders for that, maybe an sh-6 distortion?
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#9
Now, the fullshred you have - is it a neck or a bridge model? The two are hugely different - the neck is a lower output pickup, relatively clean, and bright. It'll stay clear no matter how much gain you throw on it. The bridge is extremely bright, and extremely, extremely clear.

If you put it in the Bridge then I honestly suggest a Full Shred or Jazz neck pickup. Both are clear, articulate, sound extremely good and clear under massive amounts of gain and can play pretty much anything convincingly (except perhaps jazz.. a strange misnomer for a pickup called 'Jazz' to be so unsuitable for jazz itself).

If you are getting a neck model full shred I suggest a SH-6 Distortion. It's a little known combination that many 80's metal guys use - including Dio's old guitarist (the Full shred was actually made for him, if memory serves..) - and would work for just about any rock or metal music.