#1
Hi there,

I posted not long ago about a bridge and neck pickup for my Ibanez RG721FM and thanks to some help I decided on getting a Full Shred installed. I now need to find a Seymour Duncan neck pickup that works well tonally with the Full Shred on an American Basswood body with maple neck and rosewood fretboard. I need a distinctive tone for solos and high lead riffs. something along the line of bands such as Trivium, Asking Alexandria and Of Mice and Men.

Thanks all!
#2
Maybe a '59, SH-14, or SH-16. Nothing fancy, but they have great character and should compliment your Full Shred. I'd probably go with the '59, as it is a milder pickup and will give you more versatility of tone.
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#3
Dimarzio Air Norton usually sound great in basswood Ibanez bodies, and will give you that screaming lead sound.
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Dimarzio Air Norton usually sound great in basswood Ibanez bodies, and will give you that screaming lead sound.



Agreed.
#5
Sounds weird but I'm thinking JB.

A JB neck sounds super thick, I think it would complement the tightness and brightness of the FS very well.
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