#1
Hey musicians,
im looking for double humbuckers dimarzio pick up to replace my sh-2 and sh-4 on Ibanez RG320 Japan.
Which models of humbuckers dimarzio should I buy for neck and bridge? considering that I've never tried dimarzio before. I'm done with seymour duncan on ibanez, it didnt sound as good for Basswood body.
I'd appreciate your answers, thanks.
#2
genres? amp? sounds you like?
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#3
I'd suggest Dimarzio Blaze or D Activators. They also have some john Petrucci model that sounds amazing but i forget the name of it :P


I say Blazes or D activator for the Bridge and D activators, Evos, or the John Petrucci ones in the neck.
#4
Without knowing the genres you play, I'm just going to sugget the old tone zone in the bridge and air norton in the neck. Cant go wrong with that combo, regardless of what you play.
#5
Quote by guitarmack1
Without knowing the genres you play, I'm just going to sugget the old tone zone in the bridge and air norton in the neck. Cant go wrong with that combo, regardless of what you play.


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#6
Dunno what you play and what amp you have?

I'll suggest Super Distortion and PAF Pro combo.
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#8
Need to know the amp you are using.
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#9
I'm not really a fan of the PAF Pro in the neck, it didnt sound right in my S. The Liquifire (or Air Norton), PAF Joe and Air Classic are all great neck pickups. The Liquifire, AN, and PAF Joe are more suited to heavier stuff than the Air Classic, but the AC is still great, and sounds pretty unique with high gain.
I also like the Steve's Special and D-Sonic in the bridge. SS is slightly scooped sounding (not much) and the D-Sonic is very versatile.
#10
sorry i forgot to write my music genre. I play hard rock on my ibanez like the band a perfect circle, tool, billy talent, Deftones, and yea everything bout Modern Rock. I prefer to have dimarzio passive pick up.
im using Marshall MG100DFX for amp.
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thank you
Last edited by dhenia182 at Jun 14, 2010,
#11
It's probably your amp's tone that you are not satisfied with and not your pups.
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#12
Quote by dark Mass
It's probably your amp's tone that you are not satisfied with and not your pups.


+1

that MG ain't gonna do your tone any good at all, get a new amp then if you're still not happy get some new pickups
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#13
I don't care what you play......Evo's sound awesome.
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#14
Quote by shredftw
+1

that MG ain't gonna do your tone any good at all, get a new amp then if you're still not happy get some new pickups


ahh that could be right!! thank u for ur opinions