#1
Hi. I've had a Dean Vendetta XMT for a long time and I always wanted na SG. However, everytime I tryed one new at the music store the sound was different and confused me a lot, also the prices were way to high. So I decided to build my own guitar with a friend who has repaired a few. The big question is: which pickups should I use?
I've done some research and it looks like the 59s seems like a good pickup for the neck, but what about the bridge? I want to play mostly blues, classic rock and some hard-rock, like AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and legends like Santana and Buckethead. I also love ZZ Top. These are the top references of bands I play. Any advice?
#2
Really depends on how much you want to play. There are tons of pickups out there though and a lot of times you have to take a leap of faith and hope for the best. For the blues and classic rock a 59 in the bridge as well could be good, or a pearly gates. I think Mark from LoG used a 59 set for a while so they should be versatile enough
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#3
^ yeah something pafy in the neck and pafy or hot pafy in the bridge would likely be the thing.
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