#1
On my epiphone les paul studio I'm just looking for some pickups better than the stocks. I've heard good things about Gibson Dirty Fingers, Seymour Duncan Invaders, Seymour Duncan SH-6, and Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB. All of this would go in the bridge position. I already have found a good neck pickup. I play punk rock but I want a good tone. I'm playing my Les Paul out of a Peavey Windsor with a Boss DS-1. My price range is $70-120 a piece for this pickup. So are any of these good or would you recomend another pickup?
#2
ummm how many threads do you have on this ?????
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#3
I can recommend the JB SH-4. Cool pickup, nice harmonics and good lead tone
#5
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ummm 2

i think its more than that.........
can you tell me what amp you have so i could recommend you something

EDIt
i didint see your sig
you will be probably better with the Seymour Duncan SH-6
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Last edited by WTF!!is a TAB at Feb 14, 2009,
#6
whats the neck pickup?
the invader & the gibson are muddy
the JB isnt that high output, its fairly strong but not compsred to ther other stuff,
I'd go SH-6 distortion
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#8
The JB is decent, if you want to stick with SD pickups try out a Custom Custom.

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