#1
Squier Fat Strat Standard Special with alder body.

I have two Fender SCN Noiseless Pickups in the neck and mid positions.

My amps include a hot rodded BF Champ Clone and a BF Princeton Reverb clone.

I play mostly contemporary worship, classic rock (Rush, eagles, Zepplin, ZZ) and a weak attemps at blues.

Looking for recommendations for a Humbucker. SD? Dimarzio?

Thanks
#2
A PAF Pro?
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#5
Dimarzio Norton or Breed, or Duncan Custon Custom.

Don;t touch the Tone Zone with a barge pole, it's not suitable at all.
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duncan jb
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Carvin amps, Sperzel Trim-Lok, Emg active pickups only, Tonepros bridges.
#7
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duncan jb


No. JB is best suited to higher gain then what he plays.
My JB sounds amazing at high gain, not so much at mid gain or clean.
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Guitar:
- Ibanez S670FM w/ JB
- Fender 'Lite Ash' Stratocaster
- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
- Arbiter LP Jr. Doublecut
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- Laney VC15

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#8
The Tone Zone and the JB look like they have more output then I would need.

I was considering the Dimarzio PAF Pro, PAF 36th anniv or the SD Pearly Gates.

Any suggestions?
#9
The SD Pearly Gates are absolutely amazing sounding pickups, especially for that style of music.

Slightly more expensive is my personal favourite - the Duncan PATB3 (Blues Saraceno) humbucker. Sounds fat, thick, and very clear. Its the sort of pickup that does well for any style you could throw at it.
#10
Quote by Harvesterofsrrw
duncan jb

JB would be too bright for a strat.

You can't go wrong with Duncan because if you end up not liking it there is a good chance they will swap it for something else within set time.

Also PM CoruroyEW (UGr). He customer builds pups and from what I hear they are awesome. Here is his web site. rockmonkeyguitars.com
#11
I'm going with the PAF Pro.


250K or 500K pots with this setup?

Fender SCN in Neck and Middle

PAF Pro in Bridge.
#12
before you try the paf pro. the SD Pearly Gates is my opinion for somehting that will suit u

It is made for a ZZ Top sound and a Gov't Mule sound, but i have one in my strat and it can get pretty heavy, but cleans up beautifully.

i strongly recomend this pickup!
GEAR:
1959 Vintage Gibson Melody Maker
Fender Stratocaster
Martin OMM
Epi Les Paul Std
Pitchblack
Dunlop Wah
EHX Russian Big Muff
EHX Holy Grail Reverb
Palomino V16

For pictures of my gear click http://s464.photobucket.com/albums/rr8/spoutz/Guitar Gear/?albumview=grid nao!

-Matt

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#13
Quote by TimmyPage06
The SD Pearly Gates are absolutely amazing sounding pickups, especially for that style of music.


THIS!^^^^
GEAR:
1959 Vintage Gibson Melody Maker
Fender Stratocaster
Martin OMM
Epi Les Paul Std
Pitchblack
Dunlop Wah
EHX Russian Big Muff
EHX Holy Grail Reverb
Palomino V16

For pictures of my gear click http://s464.photobucket.com/albums/rr8/spoutz/Guitar Gear/?albumview=grid nao!

-Matt

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