#1
HEllo bros,

I'm planning to change my RG370DX pu to tone zone/ air norton. But then i don wanna put the stock pu to waste.

I got a les paul copy branded fernando.. the stock pu for this guitar's not tat good~ So was thinkin of putting ibanez stock pu INF4/INF3 into the les paul~ So.. wat ya guzy think? jz thought of seeking some opinions here ~

Thanks
#2
imo the Infs are terrible. and they will sound worse in your lp. i wouldn't do it.
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imho you need some grammer lessons
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#4
If your current Ibanez sounds a lot better than your LP, I'd do it; might as well except then you're wasting another bunch of sucky stock pick ups :p
#7
inf's are kinda designed to sound good in basswood, so it may not sound that good in an LP

but also this...
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#8
If you like experimenting and trying out lots of different pickups I'd say go for it.
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#10
If you have a tremolo system on the Ibanez it won't work very well. The IBZ pickups would be F-spaced, and not very compatible with a guitar lika a Les Paul (unless it's got a tremolo too).
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#11
^rubbish. F spaced is purely aesthetic. The pickup will work perfectly, its just the pole pieces may not be neatly under the strings. Oh, and the aesthetic problem only applies for bridge p'ups anyway. So no f spaced neck pickups...
#12
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inf's are kinda designed to sound good in basswood...

Except they don't

Either way, they're probably better than no-name pickups. It doesn't hurt to try. If you can't find a place for them, dump them on eBay. Someone will gladly buy them.
#13
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^rubbish. F spaced is purely aesthetic. The pickup will work perfectly, its just the pole pieces may not be neatly under the strings. Oh, and the aesthetic problem only applies for bridge p'ups anyway. So no f spaced neck pickups...

Well, they are designed to sit right underneath the pups, aren't they? That's why there is a difference between normal space and F-space.

But I bet you are right anyway, I mean, the sounds are sure to be picked up, but it's not sure that the pups would fit, is it? And the sounds of the strings would spill into different poles than they are designed for.
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