#1
as the title implies Nazgul or Crunchlab why cause I want a new set for my Agile Interceptor and those are my cheapest options hahahaha help pls
Bugera 6262
Squier Showmaster
Richman Custom
Starfire 7
Ibanez EX
Agile Interceptor 725
Behringer GX212 (now works as head)
JOYO JF 01
Kimaxe PJ Bass
#2
Wrong forum, this is supposed to be in GG&A. Anyways, what sort of stuff do you play?
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#3
really why is the wrong forum if im customizing my guitar? anyways mostly i play metal but I like versatility I enjoy playing on cleans etc
Bugera 6262
Squier Showmaster
Richman Custom
Starfire 7
Ibanez EX
Agile Interceptor 725
Behringer GX212 (now works as head)
JOYO JF 01
Kimaxe PJ Bass
#4
Quote by Hell Kaiser Ryo
Wrong forum, this is supposed to be in GG&A. Anyways, what sort of stuff do you play?

This has been hotly debated for years.

"Pickups are guitar accessories so it goes in GG&A"

"But installing/changing pickups counts as customizing so it goes in GB&C"

Somewhere along the line they decided GB&C can have all the pickup threads...
#5
From what I understand, the Nazgul has higher output while the Crunch Lab will offer a little more versatility. Obviously both pickups can play both distorted and clean, but the Nazgul will have a better high-gain sound while the Crunch lab will have a better clean sound.

This is all subjective and down to preference. Someone will prefer the clean tone of the Nazgul, I'm sure. I would personally get the Nazgul, but I don't really use my clean channel (like ever).
Guitars:
ESP Eclipse II w/ SD Black Winters
Ibanez S540 w/ DiMarzios
Ibanez RG370DX w/ EMG 81/60
Ibanez RG7321 w/ DiMarzios
Pedals:
Fulltone FB-3
Crybaby Wah
Ibanez TS-9
Amps:
Peavey 6505+
#6
Quote by gorgthemeatpile
From what I understand, the Nazgul has higher output while the Crunch Lab will offer a little more versatility. Obviously both pickups can play both distorted and clean, but the Nazgul will have a better high-gain sound while the Crunch lab will have a better clean sound.

This is all subjective and down to preference. Someone will prefer the clean tone of the Nazgul, I'm sure. I would personally get the Nazgul, but I don't really use my clean channel (like ever).

I like to the pegasus too but im afraid it wont be a enough gain for me ....
Bugera 6262
Squier Showmaster
Richman Custom
Starfire 7
Ibanez EX
Agile Interceptor 725
Behringer GX212 (now works as head)
JOYO JF 01
Kimaxe PJ Bass
#7
The Nazgul should have plenty of output for anything you want to play. I would go with the Nazgul over the Pegasus for the bridge position.
Guitars:
ESP Eclipse II w/ SD Black Winters
Ibanez S540 w/ DiMarzios
Ibanez RG370DX w/ EMG 81/60
Ibanez RG7321 w/ DiMarzios
Pedals:
Fulltone FB-3
Crybaby Wah
Ibanez TS-9
Amps:
Peavey 6505+
#8
thank you all
Bugera 6262
Squier Showmaster
Richman Custom
Starfire 7
Ibanez EX
Agile Interceptor 725
Behringer GX212 (now works as head)
JOYO JF 01
Kimaxe PJ Bass