#1
what is a good humbucker for clearer bottom end notes? preferably a higher output pup too.


and it needs to be bridge position.
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#2
check out the alnico 2 pro humbucker from seymour duncan. I have it in the bridge of my explorer and love it
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#3
- What amp do you have?
- What guitar do you use?
- What pedals (if any) do you use?
- What do you think is wrong with your current tone?

Until you get through those it'll be impossible for anyone to give you an answer that's any use.

Though right off the bat I can safely tell you it's not really possible to get clear low-end response and a high-output. With most amps and most guitars, high-output will result in muddiness, especially in the lower frequencies.


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check out the alnico 2 pro humbucker from seymour duncan. I have it in the bridge of my explorer and love it
That's actually pretty much the least suitable suggestion.
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#4
Dimarzio D-Sonic perhaps?

"Our first heavy humbucker of the 21st century, the D Sonic™ is a high-output bridge humbucker designed for the extended low end and heavy chords that dropped tuning delivers, with serious treble response for single-note solos and standard tuning."
#6
creed's tone came to my attention when i read your description. you can try one of these prs pickups. oh and mesa amps
#7
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Dimarzio D-Sonic perhaps?

"Our first heavy humbucker of the 21st century, the D Sonic™ is a high-output bridge humbucker designed for the extended low end and heavy chords that dropped tuning delivers, with serious treble response for single-note solos and standard tuning."

Good call, Steve's Special and Breed are worth a look too.

I'd skip the Tone Zone though, it's not the clearest of pickups, however we really need to know the guitar and amp to give any concrete recommendations.
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