#3
That sort of Pop-Punk I would probably recommend the Seymour Duncan Quater Pounders, but I'm not exactly "Captain Knowledge" when it comes to Pop-Punk
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#4
I know Mark Hoppus uses the SPB-3 alright. It's a very aggressive pickup, using it with some mid and treble boosted on the amp would pull off a decent punk sound.
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Quote by Killerfridge
That sort of Pop-Punk I would probably recommend the Seymour Duncan Quater Pounders, but I'm not exactly "Captain Knowledge" when it comes to Pop-Punk

Yeah the SD Basslines is what I would recomend, but I am sure the Dimarzio will be a good choice.
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