#1
I've been looking at lot's of schecter models. The two that have mainly caught my eye are the Hellraiser C-1 and the C-1 Classic. The Hellraiser C-1 has EMGs, with the push-pull coil taps. The C-1 Classic has Seymour Duncans. I was just curious as to which sound better on Schecter guitars. I do not know much about Schecters and I'm not sure if there is maybe an "accepted" kind of pickup that sound better on them. I have a Fender Tube amp, not sure if that makes a difference or not.
#2
For modern metal the EMG's are accepted to be better, the Duncans would be good for a hard rock sound, such as Van Halen and Zeppelin
#3
i have the c7 blackjack... it has duncans on it. i couple it with a pod 2.0 and its good to go... one of the most awesome tones i have come across of late if i could say so for myself... i have a friend who has a custom made with emgs on them and it sounded a lil noisy... so... i dont know.. prefer the duncans personally
#4
if you like playing metal, and metal only, active pups (EMGs) woulb be the better choice If your amp is TUBE.

if you play other than metal, and/or your amp ain't a higgh gain tube, then i'd go with passive pups. if the duncans on the C.1 Classic are not high output and you like metal, you can change them.
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