#1
Recently purchased an Ibanez s420. It plays great and I love everything about it, except the pick ups. They're okay, I guess. But I knew the second I thought about buying it, I would be perfectly fine with putting out extra cash for new pick ups. Any suggestions? I like to play progressive metal kind of stuff..

Periphery, Dream Theater, Between the Buried and Me, Scale the Summit, Dillinger Escape Plan, ect.

Please don't suggest the Dimarzio Crunchlab. Because I have that in my other Ibanez and I dislike it extremely.. haha.
You take various sized pots and pans, 2 wooden spatulas, sit yourself down on the ground, arrange said pots and pans around you, put on some music, and become the best drummer your kitchen has ever seen.
#4
If you don't mind paying a bit more for quality, I'd look into Bareknuckle Pickups.
Putting a Nailbomb bridge and Cold Sweat neck in my S5470 myself
My gear:

Ibanez S5470-TKS with a BKP Nailbomb Bridge, Cold Sweat Neck, Trillogy Suite Middle single coil
Ibanez RGR321EX
Roland Cube 60
M-Audio Fast Track Pro
Guitar Rig 5
#5
I was thinking bareknuckle as well! But I don't know where I could obtain any..
You take various sized pots and pans, 2 wooden spatulas, sit yourself down on the ground, arrange said pots and pans around you, put on some music, and become the best drummer your kitchen has ever seen.
#6
Quote by FortheLifeless
I was thinking bareknuckle as well! But I don't know where I could obtain any..

Check their site (www.bareknucklepickups.co.uk)
You can order them directly from there
My gear:

Ibanez S5470-TKS with a BKP Nailbomb Bridge, Cold Sweat Neck, Trillogy Suite Middle single coil
Ibanez RGR321EX
Roland Cube 60
M-Audio Fast Track Pro
Guitar Rig 5
#7
Neat
You take various sized pots and pans, 2 wooden spatulas, sit yourself down on the ground, arrange said pots and pans around you, put on some music, and become the best drummer your kitchen has ever seen.