#1
Hey everyone.

Sometime in the future, possibly this summer, I want to overhaul my Blade RH-2 with some new pickups. I'm leaning DiMarzio Evo 2 for the bridge, but I'm still looking for neck and middle pickups. They are single coils. It's not like I plan to buy tomorrow or anything, I'm just looking for suggestions or things to look into so I can make an informed decision later on. I'd like something fairly versatile, that can handle jazz and blues (doesn't have to be a jazz machine, just I'd like to be able to use it for that).
Last edited by nerdor257 at Jan 30, 2009,
#2
Try DiMarzio Area '67s. Articulate, toneful and hum free. Don't see why people are hung up about stacked humbuckers, I think they're the way forward. The Virtual Vintage Heavy Blues is also quite nice IMO.

Nice amp, btw. Kustoms are way cool.
#3
Quote by Rock Pig
Try DiMarzio Area '67s. Articulate, toneful and hum free. Don't see why people are hung up about stacked humbuckers, I think they're the way forward. The Virtual Vintage Heavy Blues is also quite nice IMO.

Nice amp, btw. Kustoms are way cool.


Hah, thanks. I can't find a single other guy using one of these, and I can only wonder why.

Also, I realized I didn't say the type of music I play in the original post. Gonna edit that now...
Last edited by nerdor257 at Jan 30, 2009,
#4
Quote by nerdor257
Hah, thanks. I can't find a single other guy using one of these, and I can only wonder why.

I know Galen Henson, Satch's rhythm guitarist, uses one.
That's about as famous as they get, I believe.
#5
Quote by Rock Pig
I know Galen Henson, Satch's rhythm guitarist, uses one.
That's about as famous as they get, I believe.


I think the guy from Drowning Pool uses one too, now that I think about it. Still though, that's pretty cool.