#1
I have a set of Custom Shop Seymour Duncan 50th Anniversary Seth Lover pickups. Limited Edition run. My set is number 230/300. Only looking for offers at the moment. I'll take anything into consideration - cash, trade, whatever! Thanks!
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#4
Would these be good for metal or metalcore and what other pickups can you compare them to
#5
These Custom Shop Seymour Duncan's are hotter than the typical Seth Lover pups, so they could be used well for metal/metalcore with the right setup. I don't know what your current rig is, so it's a little harder to guide you, but these could definitely work for you, given you have the proper rig. These are definitely better suited for rock/blues/possibly old-school metal tones than the mall-core/metalcore sound.
#6
Are these active or passive? What are you looking for?
Running through:

Engl Fireball
Engl Slanted Cab
Ibanez Xiphos
Schecter C-1 FR Black
Ibanez GRG (on its way)

Pedals:
Boss Noise Gate, Zakk Wylde Overdrive, Boss Tuner, Zakk Wylde Wah.
#8
Well I have a Jackson js32t guitar an a peavey vyper 15w modeling amp. So I was looking to upgrade my pick ups on my guitar.
#9
They would be an upgrade in some regards, but I don't know if these are honestly what you are looking for. I'd get a set of EMG 81/85s for that and make it a beast for your style of playing. These SD custom shops are, without a doubt, better suited for rock/blues.
#10
Sorry for the double post, but I'm also looking to get around $300 shipped for these. They were part of a limited run of the Seymour Duncan Custom Shop, are individually hand numbered, signed, and engraved, and sold for $300 brand new, which these pickups are. I only opened the tape on one package to look at the pickup. That's as much use as they've seen.