#1
Hi guys,I have a question:

-I want to buy a HH configuration bullet squier and replacing its bridge pickup with a TB-4 of Seymour Duncan.

-The gear that I want is: -Bullet Squier with a SD
-Fender Mustang I V2
-Digitech RP360x
-Monster Legacy S-100 cables
-Fender Gig bag

I humbly want your opinion,is it ok/worth?

(I'm probably buying them next year in USA,in a Guitar Center shop,because to buy them in my country would be VERY expensive)
#2
I love the JB myself , in fact on some guitars the really cheap 15$ pickup sets (american) come close, but go with the legit TB-4. Expect a louder sound, lots of treble and aggression. This was an excellent video to showcase most of the Seymour duncan pickups though to help you pick.

there is two parts to this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZYDYiOIuC8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3YzI3sd2WA
#3
All good except the amp dude. You don't need all the Mustang trinkets if you're getting an RP360. Look for something simpler with a bigger speaker for starters.
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#4
Quote by Danustar
All good except the amp dude. You don't need all the Mustang trinkets if you're getting an RP360. Look for something simpler with a bigger speaker for starters.

+1

I started out on Mustang. It wasn't a terrible amp per se, but I personally think you could get a better amp for the same price. Also, do you have a general idea of what sort of music you'll be playing?
#5
I'm going to suggest not getting the Mustang or the RP360XP. Both are ~okay devices, but you should invest a little more to be satisfied and more worth your money. The Mustang does not have an effects loop, so if you're running effects from the RP into the front end of the amp, you might end up with a muddy, messy tone. Stack distortions on top of that and it's not too fun.

Try getting a used VOX AD50VT 1x12. Do some research on it, too. http://www.guitarcenter.com/Search/Default.aspx?internal=1&browser=&fsrc=vox%20ad50vt&src=vox%20ad50vt It's a better amp for around the same price used as the Mustang. The VOX has an effects loop, and works well with distortions n' such in the front of the amp (through the input jack). You put your multi-effects unit in the effects loop.

Get a Zoom G3 rather than the RP360XP. If you really want an expression pedal, the G3X is there as well. Both are at the same price, but I would say the G3 can do it better. I've only had one of the lower-grade RP's from Digitech, but it left me with a lot to be desired.

And to be clear, you don't have to get expensive cables to sound good. The Monster cables aren't too bad, but you would save some money by getting cheaper cables. One 10-ft and two 6-ft cables would be all you need.
Last edited by Will Lane at May 8, 2015,