#1
Now... I have a vintage 60s SG as many of you know- I'm highly interested in purchasing a new pickup for it, as the current pickup feeds back like a monster and simply can't handle the amount of gain I use - Any Ideas for Soap-bar sized High-output high-powered in your face pickups?
#2
dont regular humbuckers fit where soapbar pickups go?
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#3
^Nope

TS, are you looking for soapbar humbuckers or soapbar singles

also, what style of music do you plan on playing?
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#5
i think seymour duncan has a thing called P-rails i think. its probably the most high gain p90 type pickup out there.
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^Nope

TS, are you looking for soapbar humbuckers or soapbar singles

also, what style of music do you plan on playing?

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Not for high output... GFS uses very soft steel in there humbuckers and P90's which can be good for a low output bridge pickup but it means lots of mud in the neck or with high output pickups.
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Quote by CorduroyEW
Not for high output... GFS uses very soft steel in there humbuckers and P90's which can be good for a low output bridge pickup but it means lots of mud in the neck or with high output pickups.

Umm...

No?

I have used their pickups often... And they have some nice high output pickups.
#9
^we all have our opinions, I guess, but most people will disagree with you. GFS does use soft chinese steel that is the equivilant of American 1010 which has a very low carbon content. The low carbon means you end up with tone that lacks bite compared to other types of steel like the British EN2B or American 1022 and 1018.
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#10
Quote by AcousticLesPaul
Umm...

No?

I have used their pickups often... And they have some nice high output pickups.


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