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well, you say you want humbuckers.

if you want all your pickups to be humbuckers, that makes it easier...
the first, or last ones you posted.

none of them are really 'best'. certain pickups are pretty better for different styles, though.

i'm guessing from your harmonics comment that you play metal, but.. what styles do you play?
and what amp do you play through?
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Also check what your Squier's body is routed for. Whether it's routed HSH, SSH, or SSS.

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Oh yeah forgot to put. I checked and the pickup routing is almost exact to the ibanez rg (HSH)
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i play metal and rock. my amp is a fender princeton 65 solid state and i'm going through distortion pedals and probably gonna get a boss.
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i play metal and rock. my amp is a fender princeton 65 solid state and i'm going through distortion pedals and probably gonna get a boss.


Bleck, don't spend a fortune on pups until you've got a better amp. The GFS rails pickups will work fine, and you won't even have to buy a new pickguard.
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+1 on the gfs pups.
although you will have to shave a little off the pickguard to fit the rails.
But not alot of money for really good tone.
EDIT-
guitarfetish.com does sell prewired sets as well. Look at those if your adament about it.

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