#1
Hi all, I'm looking for a good passive bridge pickup for metal, and I was considering the X2N in my mahogany-bodied guitar. Would this sound good? I heard these pickups were extremely hot as well, so can this be a bad thing?
#6
It's not muddy, it's digital.
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#7
my friend has a spyder with a gibby faded V and X2n, and its pretty nice. not as good through my JSX, but its heavy and works well.

what kind of guitar you got?
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#8
spider IIs dont sound that bad. the x2n should sound heavy in mahogany body.
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