#1
Ive been trying to find some info or sounds clips of these. I heard about them and it sparked some interest for me. But I havent been able to find sound clips.

Are these pick ups really as cool as I think they are? Anyone try them yet, or direct me to some more info on them? That would rock, thanks!
Guitars
Jackson Rhoads EX
Jackson RR3

Amp
ENGL E530 preamp
Peavey Classic 120 power amp
Randall Cab
#3
Quote by convictionless
wtf are EMG X series. please link me. ive never ever heard of them before :\

If you Google "EMG X Series" you get a ton of hits, try that


And no, I don't think they're out yet.


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#9
Quote by RG_FANMAN
what makes em different? alnico magnets or something?


I'll bet its just a change in the preamp.
#11
Quote by IbanezPsycho
And a more expensive alternative to the 18volt mod lol

That's exactly what I thought the first time I read the description of these a few days ago. Maybe they'll sound better than regular EMG's with the 18v. If they don't they've wasted alot of time and money developing these.
#13
Yea, ive been using EMGs for years because I use to have a really ****ty amp. Just got an engl amp and found that emgs are a little to sterile and crisp/clear for the engl (i think)

...but thought these may be cool. Im not sure I want to spend the money on them though just to try one out.
Guitars
Jackson Rhoads EX
Jackson RR3

Amp
ENGL E530 preamp
Peavey Classic 120 power amp
Randall Cab