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Title. The guitar has two humbuckers and 1 single coil. I want the best pickups possible for playing metal, shred, progressive, technical music, class and modern rock. I want the best pickups for the least amount of money, thanks.
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What amp are you using, what's wrong with the tone at the mometn and how do you want it to change?
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#4
Even without the wood-type and all that, I'd suggest Dimarzios. Tonezone in the bridge, maybe a PAF Pro in the neck, and (imo) I think an Area '67 SC would work well in the middle.
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Is that even the correct usage of the "searchbar" response?

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[quote="'[VictorinoX"]']Even without the wood-type and all that, I'd suggest Dimarzios. Tonezone in the bridge, maybe a PAF Pro in the neck, and (imo) I think an Area '67 SC would work well in the middle.

I agree. Maybe a super distortion in the bridge.
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#8
Super Dist. would work as well. I just put the Tone Zone because I remember Paul Gilbert used them in the days of "Second Heat" and "Street Lethal."

Actually, Super Distortion would probably work better as it'll capture that shred tone you want. Thanks for the correction, Hangar
#9
[quote="'[VictorinoX"]']Even without the wood-type and all that, I'd suggest Dimarzios. Tonezone in the bridge, maybe a PAF Pro in the neck, and (imo) I think an Area '67 SC would work well in the middle.That's nice. you've got no clue what this guy's tone is or what gear he's pairing it with but nope, "DiMarzios it is!".



There is no reason to suggest any one brand. I'm not saying DiMarzios shouldn't be touched but it's completely stupid to imply DiMarzio are the only things to look at and to not touch on other very similar pickups from other brands.
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#10
I'm just saying that, in my experience, they've always provided a good shred tone, no matter what the application. Is it so wrong to give an opinion? You seem to do it quite often.
#11
How about some DiMarzio Evolutions? Vai tone baby!!!!

However, before you do so, listen to Mr Seagull - what amp?????