#1
I was lookin for a new pickup for my squier strat. but being the dodo that i am im not sure what to buy.i mostly play rock punk and funk.i am also a little tight on the budget.
#3
Seymour Duncan and Dimarzio both make great replacement pickups. Dimarzio is a little cheaper than SD, and if you're really strapped for cash, a quick look on Ebay can save you a ton. I got 2 PAF Pro's on ebay for the price of one.
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#4
if i were u i would wait until i bought a new guitar before i put on new pickups. Nothing against squiers but they are just a beginner guitar and thats all thats to it. If you are planning on getting a better guitar in the next year i wouldnt get new pickups.
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#5
where are you in the world? that affects price most.
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if i were u i would wait until i bought a new guitar before i put on new pickups. Nothing against squiers but they are just a beginner guitar and thats all thats to it. If you are planning on getting a better guitar in the next year i wouldnt get new pickups.


whie thats true, remmeber you can always take the good pickups out of the squire and put them in another guitar if you so choose. Lately if been a big fan of lace sensors for single coils so you may want to look into those.
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#7
^ true. only thing is, you kind of have to make sure the new guitar has the same pickup configuration, so they fit, and also is made of a wood which complements the pickups (so you're probably narrowing down your choice of new guitar). But yeah, I agree. It's up to murt, basically.
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