#1
I hated the triplebucker in this guitar, replaced it with a GFS Alnico II Pro, and it sounds almost brittle.

I'm thinking of putting the SD JB (SH-4) into the bridge of my guitar. I like it from what I hear. I play mostly pop punk (Paramore, New Found Glory...), and punk/rock like old misfits and joan jett. I use distortion and fuzz pedals with a fender blues jr. amp.

Would this pickup sound good in my guitar with the type of wood, pots, etc. I don't know much about the technical side of guitar.

Any other/better recommendations?

Thank you, I know I posted this twice but the first time I did it wrong, the description didn't show up under the title.
#2
I'm not a fan of the SH-4, but a lot of people get great results with it and I'm sure it'll do what you want it to. If sounding 'good' means you'll be able to get a punkrock tone, then you should be fine. I'm not familiar with Koto wood though, so some of the brittle characteristics could be down to that...
#3
The SH-4 will work fine. I have one in a G-400, it sounds fine and I play punk to metal.
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#4
Quote by -MintSauce-
I'm not familiar with Koto wood though, so some of the brittle characteristics could be down to that...

Koto or it's scientific name Pterygota Bequaertii is a semi-hardwood from east Africa. It's mainly used for broom handles, door knobs, and almost everything else that needs a straight grained durable wood.

Tonally the wood is midrangey with harsh highs.
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#5
I put an SH-4 in a yamaha-eg112 pretty cheap beginner guitar and it sounds fantastic (that is if you're in to that heavy/crunchy grunge sound) im sure it will work out good.