i Know this Bridge pickup AT-1 has a nice Solo Tone but can it do metal rhythm well this is prolly a Dumb question I know, but I would like some opinions about this
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Last edited by Marqway at Mar 17, 2013,
I'd be much more interested in seeing a humbucker that *can't* do metal.

If this is a question that bothers you you should stop trying to play thrash metal on a Fender Twin, or whatever equivalent.
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Any humbucker, with the right amp and coaxing with proper settings, can play metal.
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I used to use a Danelectro for metal, all else fails boost the unholy shit out of your amp.
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