#1
Does Buckethead use? I'm pretty sure he uses a DiMarzio DP100 Super Distortion in the bridge but I'm not sure.
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#2
The amp will be much more important.


Your Spider III + DiMarzio DP100 <<<< his Peavey/Mesa/Diezel/VHT heads + your Epiphone's stock pickups.
#3
I'm pretty sure he has a DiMarzio X2N in the bridge of his V. He's also got custom-wound DiMarzios in his Les Pauls.
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The amp will be much more important.


Your Spider III + DiMarzio DP100 <<<< his Peavey/Mesa/Diezel/VHT heads + your Epiphone's stock pickups.

I'm getting a Peavey ValveKing halfstack pretty soon would that be better?
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#5
Better yes, but there's better than a valveking half stack, whats yuour budget location and can you go used? Just so we can point you in hte right direction.
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#6
500-1000 USD, Southern California, and absolutely as long as it's in good shape.
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#7
No..
He uses Air Norton and ToneZone.
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