#1
Any thoughts? I'm going to be pairing one with a SD '59 in an Ibanez Jetking (Basswood body)
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#3
It's a good pickup, I belive SD compares it to a hot rodded 59 so you should have a good match.
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Any thoughts? I'm going to be pairing one with a SD '59 in an Ibanez Jetking (Basswood body)

Depends what you want to sound like.
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#5
It's good if you like hard rock, heavy metal. Rather versatile imo (cleans weren't too bad... actually they were pretty good when the pup was split), but those are the main things it does. I've only tried it in fat bodied mahogany guitars and it worked well for those, but I don't know if it's a good match for the Jetking.