#1
So, I have an Epiphone SG that I've been wanting to completely switch the electronics out of for a while now, and in the process of getting the parts I've acquired 5 pickups, but I have no idea which ones I want to put in the guitar.

I have a late 70's Dimarzio PAF, a 36th anniversary Dimarzio bridge, a late 70's Seymour Duncan Distortion, late 70's Seymour Duncan '59 bridge model, and a Gibson '59 Classic (Unfortunately with only 2.5" of lead wire on it).

Is there anyone who can help me figure out which two to pair? I'm just looking for a good classic rock sound with a nice clean tone. Many thanks in advance.
#2
Do what Tom Morello does and just include a SH 124 Kill Pot...

If you can't decide what tone you want, play with a kill pot, they are real cool.
#3
seymour duncan... anything duncan.
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#5
Y'know, I never actually thought of putting the original PAF and the 36th anni PAF together...
#6
Quote by JBKapnMorg
Y'know, I never actually thought of putting the original PAF and the 36th anni PAF together...

don't do it. they sound like garbage together. also original PAFs are expensive as ****
#7
Quote by CJ Noble
don't do it. they sound like garbage together. also original PAFs are expensive as ****

Okay, but I already have one. I picked it off a homemade guitar I got from Value Village for $125. Dang my lack of funding.

edit: well, late 70's. Not quite original.
Last edited by JBKapnMorg at Jan 25, 2012,
#8
Seymour Duncan '59 bridge model and if the PAF 36 anniversary, providied doesn't overpower the neck and muddy up.
#9
Quote by BigHeadClan
Seymour Duncan '59 bridge model and if the PAF 36 anniversary, providied doesn't overpower the neck and muddy up.

I totally would if they weren't both bridge pickups.