#1
I'm doing something different to my strat and I'm only going to get 1 bridge humbucker for it.
What is a good versatile pickup for it!
I'm looking at the gibson p-94 is this a good one? How versatile is it?
#2
First off, that's a P-90, gibson's version of a single coil. second, it's not spaced right for a strat. I'd suggest a Seymour Duncan TB-4 JB or TB-11 Custom Custom. TB stands for trembucker, duncan's F-spaced pickup line.
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#3
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duncan custom custom is pretty versatile.
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#4
Quote by oneblackened
First off, that's a P-90, gibson's version of a single coil. second, it's not spaced right for a strat. I'd suggest a Seymour Duncan JB or Custom Custom.


No they have a p-94 haha LOOK IT UP!
and its a humbucker!
I have a fat strat but I'm only going with just a humbucker!
#5
...No, a P-94 is a humbucker SIZED P-90. read the damn thing first, plz.
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Quote by Anonden
You CAN play anything with anything....but some guitars sound right for some things, and not for others. Single coils sound retarded for metal, though those who are apeshit about harpsichord probably beg to differ.
#6
Quote by oneblackened
...No, a P-94 is a humbucker SIZED P-90. read the damn thing first, plz.

^This is correct.
#7
EMG-81.
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#8
okay I'm sorry it is single coils but it is not the same size...the P-94 is wider than the P-90.

"For one, the P-94 series of pickups have the same size and footprint as a traditional Gibson Humbucking pickup, and as such a P-94 series pickup is wider than a P-90 pickup. When one changes the shape of the pickup (i.e., the P-94 series is larger than a P-90 pickup), even when using the same construction materials, there is going to be a change in sound, even if it is ever so slight to the ear."--Epinions.com
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#9
Rockfield SWC, coil tap it, and you have pure sex, from clean to hell.
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