#1
Ok I recently got a Jackson DKMGT. It has EMG-HZs(which I will soon be replacing with 81-85) but it also has a, 20db boost. In all the reviews and all the websites I read about the guitar all refer it to the "turbo charger", but a few I've read say it's the afterburner. So is there a difference in the two? Or did Jackson just decide to call it something different when they made this guitar?
#3
dont replace it with 81 85s
just keep it the same, use it as passive during rythm, and use the gain boost for solos
its wat i do
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#4
How do you install the boost? do you have to like cut a hole in your guitar for the switch?
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#5
Quote by soloXshredder
dont replace it with 81 85s
just keep it the same, use it as passive during rythm, and use the gain boost for solos
its wat i do


I am really not a fan of the way the HZ's sound... I have 81, 85's in my explorer and they sound a million times better.

And as far as installing it I'm not sure. It came with it. But I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard if you have basic soldering skills.
#6
to put in the boost ur gonna have to drill a hole in ur guitar :/
the rest is just soldering
adding the battery, hooking it up to the pup and the output and stuff, u know
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#7
^^ I agree, the HZs are awful pickups.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#8
nah man
I love em, not a big fan of actives
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