#1
I just got an agile al-2000(which I love to death) and I plan on replacing the pickups. The guitars got incredible sustain which I am afraid is coming from the stock pickups. So Im afraid that if I change pickups I will lose that sustain. Should I be afraid?
ESP KH-202 emg-hz
ESP KH-502, duncan custom 5, duncan 59
1978 alverez acoustic
Peavey valveking 100 head
line 6 4-12 cabinet
EVH flange, wilson q-wah, boss chorus ensemble, dunlop brick power supply
#2
Why exactly do you want to change pickups?

Regardless of that sustain doesn't really come from pickups, it comes from good wood, good construction and a well setup guitar.
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#3
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Why exactly do you want to change pickups?

Regardless of that sustain doesn't really come from pickups, it comes from good wood, good construction and a well setup guitar.

they are ceramic I prefer alnico
ESP KH-202 emg-hz
ESP KH-502, duncan custom 5, duncan 59
1978 alverez acoustic
Peavey valveking 100 head
line 6 4-12 cabinet
EVH flange, wilson q-wah, boss chorus ensemble, dunlop brick power supply
#4
so... what don't you like about them tonally?

because unless one actually knows what you don't like about your current pickups, it's hard to suggest an alternative. "alnico" pickups can sound incredibly different depending on the pickup.
#5
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so... what don't you like about them tonally?

because unless one actually knows what you don't like about your current pickups, it's hard to suggest an alternative. "alnico" pickups can sound incredibly different depending on the pickup.

they are real thin sounding I was planning on putting in some gfs fat pat pickups
ESP KH-202 emg-hz
ESP KH-502, duncan custom 5, duncan 59
1978 alverez acoustic
Peavey valveking 100 head
line 6 4-12 cabinet
EVH flange, wilson q-wah, boss chorus ensemble, dunlop brick power supply