#1
hello. i have a question about yamaha pacifica. years ago i used to own one. it was a low end model. it was a great guitar. with pickup replacement you get a great guitar. my question is whats the diference in low end and high end pacificas? beside pickups. in some high end there are seymour duncans.
#2
Most of the higher end ones do indeed come stock with a SD JB in the bridge and some real nice singles in the middle and neck. Besides that, the bridges are smooth as butter, better than a typical wilkinson setup because it's a two-point system instead of a 6-point system and the trem block is a lot heavier. They'll have locking tuners (starting on the 512 or 612, i believe) much better woods used, a better balanced and better feeling neck (the ones with flamed maple necks are to die for), and all around just a miles better guitar.

They are difficult to find, but a Pacifica 812 gives an American Standard Strat a serious run for its money. You can find them used for like $500-$600 and for my money i'd rather have the Pacifica. Sounds enough like a Strat that you can get that classic twang and quack, but has a really unique tonal quality that separates it from the Fender. I love higher end Pacs, they are really beautiful guitars, very well made, and extremely good value.
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