#1
I own a Schecter Classic and I'm thinking about swapping my '59 neck pickup with the Invader. I play a lot of metal but I don't know if this would be good or not. I like my Jazz pickup in the bridge position. Would the Invader and Jazz be a good combination? And would switching my pick ups mess with the split coil it has (i dont really understand how that works)?
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#2
No, it'd be terrible - but do you really have a Jazz in the bridge, I suspect it's actually a JB.


The invader is a sucky pickup anyway, the 59 is far superior and a much better match for your JB.
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No, it'd be terrible - but do you really have a Jazz in the bridge, I suspect it's actually a JB.


The invader is a sucky pickup anyway, the 59 is far superior and a much better match for your JB.


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