#1
What are the best humbuckers to play Led Zeppelin? Humbuckers that are good for heavy rock (metal) and blues?
#4
^ you're having a laugh right?

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'59 BurstBuckers.


There's no such thing....there's various types of Burstbucker and there's 57 Classics...the 59 is a Duncan pickup.

Either way Gibson pickups aren't the way to go, some kind of hand-wound boutique PAF clone is the best bet.
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#6
We could do with your amp details and stuff, but I would say "57 classics.
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#7
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We could do with your amp details and stuff, but I would say "57 classics.


Lets say...

Guitar: ESP LTD EC-50
Amp: Peavey Vypyr 15
#8
Then forget pickups, you'd just be wasting your money.
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#10
Because it's not a worthwhile use of your money, you're not going to get any major change or improvement in your tone - it'll in no way reflect the amount of money you spend.
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