#2
you picked the color but not the specific model? and the bridge has to be a certain brand but not a specific model? what kind of sound do you want? i would figure it out and give yourself a crash course in pickups before continuing dude.
#3
Quote by MichaelOfCanton
you picked the color but not the specific model? and the bridge has to be a certain brand but not a specific model? what kind of sound do you want? i would figure it out and give yourself a crash course in pickups before continuing dude.


I'm not an idiot man. yes the bridge I am wanting is a duncan and i'm open to all models. I know what I want from a neck sound, and am keeping all options open for bridge pickups since I am doing 5 guitar projects at the moment. I have 20+ guitars and have various pickups in all of them. Instead of acting like a high and mighty prick, maybe realize all people on here are not young kids that have no clue about guitars.
#4
the reason they have more than one model is because they have more than one sound. getting a duncan isnt as important as getting the right output and tonal charachteristics. dimarzio and SD both make 59 PAFs and theyre about the same and if you want a dimebucker an evo might do the trick as well. you cant just pick a good brand and go for it like youre buying tires for your car or something. do some research and try them out if you can find a way to. trust your ears, not reviews or posts.