#1
I heard the livewire set was based on the sh 4 and the sh2.


But what are the tonal diffrences?

I really like the megadeth tone especially the one on Peace Sells

Theres not any kind of comparison between these two online :S
#2
Quote by NateCordova
I heard the livewire set was based on the sh 4 and the sh2.


But what are the tonal diffrences?

I really like the megadeth tone especially the one on Peace Sells

Theres not any kind of comparison between these two online :S


He used the passives during that era.
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#3
yes i know he used the SH-4 JB on the bridge right...but a active pickup may be cool too... how do the pickups compare to each other?


im asking this cuz i will try a dave mustaine vmnt and i wanna know if the stock pickups are good for what i want
Last edited by NateCordova at Oct 29, 2009,
#5
Why don't you try one out and see?
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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#6
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Why don't you try one out and see?



Cuz i dont live in the states and theres not a lot of music shops and guitar variety in portugal lol...
#7
the JB is great for Megadeth. Nice crunchy pal muting, and is bright with a shitload of mids.
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#8
Don't quote me on this but i remember reading that the livewires are based on the JB and jazz so they should be somewhat similar
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