Poll: Which one?
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Tone Zone
2 18%
PAF Pros
2 18%
Super Distortion
7 64%
Voters: 11.
#1
PAF pros, Tone Zone, Super Distortion.

Edit: RG2570Z Prestige. Basswood. Looking for Flexibility on styles while leaning towards rock,metal, a lead tone. Amp probably a DSL Marshall Combo amp. Bridge Position.
Last edited by NecroticSoldier at Nov 23, 2009,
#2
for what application?
They are pretty different pickups so we honestly can't say one over the other.
also what amp?
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#3
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for what application?
They are pretty different pickups so we honestly can't say one over the other.
also what amp?


+1

Also... what guitar and what tonewood.
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#4
i'm sort of amazed at the vagueness of this thread....
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#6
RG2570Z Prestige. Basswood. Looking for Flexibility on styles while leaning towards rock,metal, a lead tone. Amp probably a DSL Marshall Combo amp. Bridge Position.
#7
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RG2570Z Prestige. Basswood. Looking for Flexibility on styles while leaning towards rock,metal, a lead tone. Amp probably a DSL Marshall Combo amp. Bridge Position.


"Rock, metal, a lead tone" still doesn't help us out much seeing as that could describe about a billion different tones.

Also, we need a definite amp not a "probably" - reason being we may recommend something that compliments a DSL well and you end up getting a different amp that the pickups sound like crap through.
#8
Both the Tone Zone would be good, but I'm leaning more towards the Super Distortion.
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"Rock, metal, a lead tone" still doesn't help us out much seeing as that could describe about a billion different tones.

Also, we need a definite amp not a "probably" - reason being we may recommend something that compliments a DSL well and you end up getting a different amp that the pickups sound like crap through.


The DSL is a definitely sir. Hmm... Perhaps I should list some of my favourite tones... like Van Halen, Paul Gilbert (older tone). I can't get their exact tones I know that but I want some characteristics to exist in mine. I can try to narrow down the tone, but currently I cannot find the words to describe a definite tone. Maybe what I'm looking for is one that would be a good start to play around with and experiment with to find my "tone". Thanks for helping!