#2
Your amp is more important than pickups in terms of tone. What amp are you currently using?
Quote by DeathByDestroyr
What the hell is a G&L.



Quote by Flux'D
Gay & Lesbian I think, the box smelled funny
Greg what did you send me??
#3
Quote by Raijouta
Your amp is more important than pickups in terms of tone. What amp are you currently using?


A B-52 AT 100 head sitting on a LS 412 cab... and it gets me a good tone for this type of music, i just need to get more Treble in there while kinda keeping the bluesy(idk how its spellled) tone. Also i think its kinda time to upgrade in pickups.
My signature has doubled...
__________________
My signature has doubled...
#5
What is your current guitar? Using single coils or humbuckers has a big influence on your tone.

╠═══════╬═══════╣

Solder fume huffer σƒ τλε τρπ βπστλεπλσσδ

╠═══════╬═══════╣

Electronic Audio Experiments
#6
hmmm, what guitar do you have? the amp should be fine, but we should probably also know what guitar you have, since some woods dont like certain pups
periphery/bulb!

gear:
Ibanez RG7321 w/ D-sonic in bridge

Peavey 5150 mk ii & b52 4x12 cab

line 6 podxt for recording

Quote by AsOneIStand
Head and Cab for $130? You don't need a head and cabinet, you need a psychological examination.
#7
Samick: Greg Bennentt Avion


...here's a picture i found off google if that helps any.

My signature has doubled...
__________________
My signature has doubled...
Last edited by John Spartan at Jan 21, 2009,
#8
Try to play with the EQ on your amp... if that doesn't work, you may need nicer humbuckers

╠═══════╬═══════╣

Solder fume huffer σƒ τλε τρπ βπστλεπλσσδ

╠═══════╬═══════╣

Electronic Audio Experiments