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So i just bought a second hand RG1527 and i want to immediately change the pickups on them because i hear they really aren't that great.
I listen to a lot of metal, deathcore, progressive, djent and all the likes. Im not going to say i play Jazz or Blues because i don't.

I was thinking maybe bareknuckle pickups? Maybe Miracle Mans?

Any opinions to share?
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So i just bought a second hand RG1527 and i want to immediately change the pickups on them because i hear they really aren't that great.
I listen to a lot of metal, deathcore, progressive, djent and all the likes. Im not going to say i play Jazz or Blues because i don't.

I was thinking maybe bareknuckle pickups? Maybe Miracle Mans?

Any opinions to share?

What you've "heard" is irrelevant.

How about you play your guitar, listen to your guitar then decide for yourself what does or doesn't need changing about it?
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#4
i have the same guitar, and i put a pair of Cold Sweats in it. sounds crazy ridiculous

however due to your amp, you wont really be able to tell. get a valve amp first, then upgrade the pickups, that will do more for your tone than new pickups
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