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I am planning on getting a guitar that it doesn't mean much if I mess something up and that I can mess around with hardware and get hands on before I build my own, so the hardware on it won't be that good, Sub-Par. I am looking for a classic rock sound. A Lynyrd Skynyrd or Tom Petty or a Journey Sound. The Guitar I am getting is a Gibson Les Paul Knock Off Info right off the site(if needed):

# Real Flame Maple top and single cutaway solid Mahogany arch top body
# Seymour DuncanHB-102N and HB-101B pickups with Alnico 5 magnets
# Graph Tech Nut
# Full body and neck binding
# Set-in Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard and trapezodial inlays
# 22 Jumbo 2.7mm frets and a 13.7" (350mm) radius neck for fast play
# Grover Die Cast tuners
# Two volume & two tone controls and a 3-way pickup selector switch help you find your sound
# Stop-Bar tailpiece transfers string vibration to the body of the guitar and produces superior sustain
# Made in Korea
# Width of the neck at the nut: 1 5/8"; at the 22st fret: 2 3/16"
# Neck Taper is 21.5 mm at the 1st fret and 23.5 mm at the 12th fret
# Thickness of neck at the first fret approx 11/16"
# Overall length, including the strap button: 40"; Scale length: 24.7"
# Bridge pole spacing is 3", and the Tail piece pole spacing is 3 1/4"
# Width at the widest point: 13"
# Body thickness 2" at edge
# Actual Weight is only 10 lbs

Link To Guitar: http://www.rondomusic.com/product1756.html
Link To Spec Sheet(2nd Column): http://www.rondomusic.com/alspec.html

So whats the verdict on what I need to switch to get the best classic rock sound?

I was thinking maybe gibson burstbucker 57 pickups.

Gear
Fender MIA Stratocaster
Fender MIK DG-11E
Pod Xt-Live Floor
Crate GFX-20 Amp

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Quote by sly fly
Unfortunateley, you seem to have an authentic MIM strat.
Last edited by Pat61 at Oct 14, 2009,