#1
im looking to replace the pickups in my epi les paul studio and i wanted you guys input on what to get. Here is some bg info: i want to have a wide range of sounds but i mostly play thrash metal; i dont care if they are coil split, they can be a different brand for bridge/neck, preferably passive, price is not an issue, and they have to sound great through a tube amp
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GEAR
-heavily customized Jackson PS-1
-Epiphone les paul studio
-bugera 1990 half stack
-vox AD30VT-XL
-original cry baby
-boss GE-7
-boss CE-5
-homemade FX loop switcher
#3
Invaders are kool, I have one in my Strat, but they arent very versitle. they are good for Punk and Metal but thats about it. for a wide range of sounds, i suggest the Seymour Duncan Hotrodded set. you can check them out here: http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/product/Seymour-Duncan-Hot-Rodded-Humbucker-Set-?sku=300030
Last edited by jdrier21 at Jul 13, 2010,
#4
ill check both of those out, thanks
How can you have any pudding when you don't eat your meat!

GEAR
-heavily customized Jackson PS-1
-Epiphone les paul studio
-bugera 1990 half stack
-vox AD30VT-XL
-original cry baby
-boss GE-7
-boss CE-5
-homemade FX loop switcher
#5
The SD Inavader are muddy and indistinct.

I recommend the SD Distortion and the Alternative 8 for the bridge/
The SD 59 in the neck is very versitile.
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#6
Honestly I hated the invader, wayyy to muddy.

Right now I have all my guitars loaded with the duncan custom/ jazz combos, very crunchy pickup, lots of variability, and totally set for thrash.
Last edited by Valhall at Jul 13, 2010,