#1
i'm looking to change the pickups on my les paul. i was recommended the seymour duncan hot rodded humbucker because it supposedly gets the sound i'm looking for. anyways, if anyone is familiar with it can they tell me about it.
#2
What is the sound you looking for?
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#3
The hotrodded set is a JB in the bridge, and a jazz in the neck, if im not mistaken, and can nail almost every style. They're a good decision.
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#6
I just installed a set in my SG and they made all of the difference in the world. I can get any sound that I want from them. They may not be hot enough for hardcore metal. If you can get hold of a Schecter C-1 Classic, try it out. It comes standard with that setup.
#7
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I just installed a set in my SG and they made all of the difference in the world. I can get any sound that I want from them. They may not be hot enough for hardcore metal. If you can get hold of a Schecter C-1 Classic, try it out. It comes standard with that setup.


Hotness means crap. I have really low output pickups, and all it does is add clarity under heavy distortion.
#8
Well TimmyPage, he asked about the pickups, not for your critique of my statement. If I want your opinion, I'll ask for it.
#11
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The Jazz sucks, hard.



Why would you say that? The jazz sounds great in the neck.
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