#3
Quote by perszzac
Yes. Put you may have to cut the pickguard.



thanks . i think i should change the pickguard too . by the way thanks .
one more thing . does this pickup is good? what brand of pickup should i buy?
#4
Quote by harithhorrors
does this pickup is good?



Two pickups for 14 GBP? No, I'm afraid they are not going to be good at all.
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#5
what is your budget?

what amp are you using?

is the sx a 3 single coil? or 2 humbucker kind?
yes if the guitar has 3 singles, then you will want to check that it's
got room under the guard and then also buy a new 2 humbucker guard.

if you are using the starter amp that came with the pack,
then swap that FIRST.

it's simple and will completely change your tone,
much more than new (crappy) pickups will.
Jenneh

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#6
Quote by jj1565
what is your budget?

what amp are you using?

is the sx a 3 single coil? or 2 humbucker kind?
yes if the guitar has 3 singles, then you will want to check that it's
got room under the guard and then also buy a new 2 humbucker guard.

if you are using the starter amp that came with the pack,
then swap that FIRST.

it's simple and will completely change your tone,
much more than new (crappy) pickups will.



im using the amp that include in the starter pack . it was SX Ga - 1065 a 10w amp

it was a SX 3 single coil . . should i change the amp? can i only use the amp that came with the pack? . what you mean with "room under the guard? ""
#7
Quote by harithhorrors
im using the amp that include in the starter pack . it was SX Ga - 1065 a 10w amp

it was a SX 3 single coil . . should i change the amp? can i only use the amp that came with the pack? . what you mean with "room under the guard? ""



you can use ANY amp with that guitar.

i suggest you save up a little money and pick up a better practice amp.
(what amps do you have access to?)

you can get an amp with heavy gain if you want,
you will find a huge tone change.

more than swapping for humbuckers, at this level.

and i meant that, most starter guitars have a lot of room under the pickguard.
so you can easily replace the thin single coil, for a bigger humbucker, But
there are some models with only a small compartment under the pickguard.

so if you ever want to swap those, you will first need to look under the guard to make sure there is enough room.
Jenneh

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#8
Quote by jj1565
you can use ANY amp with that guitar.

i suggest you save up a little money and pick up a better practice amp.
(what amps do you have access to?)

you can get an amp with heavy gain if you want,
you will find a huge tone change.

more than swapping for humbuckers, at this level.

and i meant that, most starter guitars have a lot of room under the pickguard.
so you can easily replace the thin single coil, for a bigger humbucker, But
there are some models with only a small compartment under the pickguard.

so if you ever want to swap those, you will first need to look under the guard to make sure there is enough room.



thanks . for the info . im a newbie here .

does marshall 10mg is enough ? my friend suggested it to me

thanks for the explanation .
#9
Quote by harithhorrors
thanks . for the info . im a newbie here .

does marshall 10mg is enough ? my friend suggested it to me

thanks for the explanation .



no, please dont get that one.


if you have only limited funds, then please check out
a modeling amp

like the Micro cube, or peavey vypyr.

you want a little amp with effects.

and those two sound the best to me.
for the money, and for heavier gain.

if you save a little more money then it's going to be worth it to jump up to the 30 watt models for practice with others.

just for your information...
i have been playing for a very very long time,
and have owned or played almost every starter - intermediate amp
on the market.

i do not "bandwagon" hate the marshall mg because i'm a troll.
i don't like it, because i've owned it, and found better amps in the
same price range.
Jenneh

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#11
Quote by jj1565
no, please dont get that one.


if you have only limited funds, then please check out
a modeling amp

like the Micro cube, or peavey vypyr.

you want a little amp with effects.

and those two sound the best to me.
for the money, and for heavier gain.

if you save a little more money then it's going to be worth it to jump up to the 30 watt models for practice with others.

just for your information...
i have been playing for a very very long time,
and have owned or played almost every starter - intermediate amp
on the market.

i don't like it, because i've owned it, and found better amps in the
same price range.


nice info friend . it helps me a lot

any tips for me to be a good guitarist .

i started play guitar last year . and im still dont know much things .
#12
Yeah if you are playing for a year then these ate the stuff you should already know. Hell I'm playing for roughly bit more than year.
ich bin indeed ein sprechender panda, how are you?
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#13
Quote by harithhorrors
nice info friend . it helps me a lot

any tips for me to be a good guitarist .

i started play guitar last year . and im still dont know much things .



well, use the Internet.
find video tutorials.

practice songs you love.

ask questions, play with others
when possible.

play songs for friends
to get used to it.

use a metronome
or backing tracks.
Jenneh

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#14
Quote by jj1565
well, use the Internet.
find video tutorials.

practice songs you love.

ask questions, play with others
when possible.

play songs for friends
to get used to it.

use a metronome
or backing tracks.


thank you .
#15
. no problem.
Jenneh

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#16
Quote by jj1565
no, please dont get that one.


if you have only limited funds, then please check out
a modeling amp

like the Micro cube, or peavey vypyr.

you want a little amp with effects.

and those two sound the best to me.
for the money, and for heavier gain.

if you save a little more money then it's going to be worth it to jump up to the 30 watt models for practice with others.

just for your information...
i have been playing for a very very long time,
and have owned or played almost every starter - intermediate amp
on the market.

i do not "bandwagon" hate the marshall mg because i'm a troll.
i don't like it, because i've owned it, and found better amps in the
same price range.


roland micro cube ?
#18
make sure to compare that one to the roland microcube.

get the one that has the features you want.
Jenneh

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#19
The Vypyr and the Micro Cube are good suggestions but I'd look at the Fender Mustang and the Vox VT20+ as well.
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