#1
i know i want Gibson pickups, so please dont tell me to get like a seymour duncan pickup. Is it smart to put a 57 classic in the neck and a burstbucker pro in the bridge or should i stick to either all 57s or all burstbuckers?
thanks!
#2
Well I have both as PAF '57s, and I love it. Great pickups.

I can't really help you with a combination becuase I've never tried it.
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#3
Get a 57 classic plus for the bridge. I have 57 classic in the neck and a 57 classic plus in the bridge of my SG standard and it sounds really good.
#5
would burstbuckers work for jazz? is it bad to mix pickups
also, how much should i expect to pay for my pickups to be replaced?
#6
I would say it is a matter of personal taste and I don't think it would be "wrong" to put one of each. I went with a '57 classic and a '57 classic plus if that counts for anything.

Pickup Installation runs about 40 bucks.
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#8
If by page you mean Jimmy Page, it would have to be some reunion tour that I never heard of......bursbuckers were first used in 1996.

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PRS SAS or Gibson LP Standard+
Teese WOF->Analogman Sunlion->Dr. Scientist Elements->Foxrox Aquavibe->Strymon Timeline->Eventide Space
Mesa RoadKing II and 2 Vox AC15s run in stereo