#1
Looking for a Humbucker nothing used I already have some options for that. Someone that sells a decent humbuscker at a decent price like GFS or Tonrider, but tell me specific models that you have had good Luck with. It is going in a G&L Fallout tribute series. I Blues to Hard rock, no Metal. Thanks
#2
you really gotta give us more info. location? budget? what blues? what rock?

bb king is far off from van halen.
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#4
I just installed a Stew-Mac "Golden Age" on one of my guitars in the neck position and I like it very much. It was $60.00 as I remember. I also put a set of Giovanni (artec) pickups on Les Paul copy. They were about $80.00 a pair. I bought them about four years ago so the price may be different now. I think they sound very nice for money.
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#5
I listened to a a few You Tube videos that compared GFS with Dimarzio and Duncan and you can real tell the difference. THe Duncans and Dimarzios just sounded better. So I think I am going to bite the bullet and get a Duncan Custom Custom or a Dimarzio 36th Anniversary. Those sounded the best. I was almost going to get a Duncan JB because that is the most highly rated and reveiwed humbucker on the music store websites, but in a video someone put it up against the Custom Custom in the same guitar and it sounded like Mud. The Custom Custom sounded way better to my ears.
#6
The thing with people selling them on ebay is that they are only about $20 less. I will pay $20 more for new, I'm not that frugal. You never now what possible damage they could have. I bought a Dimarzio used of a pickup my buddy had in the same guitar. The neck position. I loved it in his guitar, but the one I got used sounded like ass. Probable sweated on too much or something and I only saved $20 from new. You always got to wonder why people are selling them.
#7
These are the pickups I have an love.
Gibson 57 57+
Gibson Burstbucker Pros
Duncan Pearly Gates
Dimarzio Area T Hot
Dimarzio Paul Gilbert set
Duesenberg Grand Vintage Humbucker
Duesenberg Domino P-90
Tonerider Hot 90