#1
i'm thinking chaning the pickup of my ibanez baritone ax110xl

the stock pickup gets some of feedback but i like the bass

i think the emg h4 is a good option to kill feedback and have a litte more treble, somebody has this pickup installed on their guitar?

which other pickups would be good for a baritone??
#2
emg 81 on the bridge
emg 85 on the neck

thats what i rock and i couldnt be happier
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#3
The threadstarter's guitar only has one humbucker...
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#4
so the emg 81 will have zero feedback using high gain?

i'm not very sure how does it works the emg active pickups
#6
yes i have a gnx2 that has noisegate but seems to be a bit weak so thats why i need a pickup with zero feedback

any other options than the emg 81?
#7
hmm, Dimarzio X2N? Seymour Duncan Invader?, I haven't used them though
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#8
1. EMG 81 will NOT eliminate feedback.

2. That Ibanez is made of basswood or agathis. Both those woods sound muddy with EMG active pickups.

3. korn56 - you'd be better off investing in a noise gate of some kind instead of a new pickup.
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#10
Well, EMG 81 would definately sound good in mahogany. Sorry, I made an assumption on the material, since that's what most of the other AX series guitars are made of. I still think a noise gate would be a better choice.
Guitars: Custom Lado Earth 2000-3, Custom ESP Explorer, BC Rich KKV, Gibson LP Studio, Greco SG, El Degas Stratocaster, Agile AL-3000, LTD EX-351

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