#1
ok i wanna get some emgs put in my epiphone les paul. im lookin into maybe a 81 in the bridge and a 85 in the neck. i can have them put in at a local guitar shop. is there any online place where i can get a 81 and 85 in set. i live in the us if that helps.


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#3
nah they only have guitars that already have them


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Simple. It's the amp. Getting EVH tone out of a Twin Reverb is as likely as Nazis supporting jews.
#4
go to:
guitarpartsdepot.com
thebassplace.com
musicsolutionsstore.com
8thstreet.com
donsmusiccity.com
gtrheaven.com
timsguitar.com
magdonmusic.com
humbuckermusic.com
midmichiganmusic.com
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#5
i guess ill have to buy an emg 81 and 85 in single since they dont have like a kit


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Simple. It's the amp. Getting EVH tone out of a Twin Reverb is as likely as Nazis supporting jews.
#7
zakk wylde combo?
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#8
get the zakk wylde combo...it's the 81 and 85 together. i personally recommend the kerry king one though. same thing but u also get a pa2 which boosts ur gain (great for soloing).
Originally Posted by evening_crow
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#9
woah that kerry king combo is expensive im gonna probably go with the zakks


Quote by Gabel
Simple. It's the amp. Getting EVH tone out of a Twin Reverb is as likely as Nazis supporting jews.
#10
Quote by evening_crow
go to:
guitarpartsdepot.com
thebassplace.com
musicsolutionsstore.com
8thstreet.com
donsmusiccity.com
gtrheaven.com
timsguitar.com
magdonmusic.com
humbuckermusic.com
midmichiganmusic.com


i buy all my emgs at musicsolutionsstore.com
#12
go with the zakk wylde kit because it comes with everything for a les paul including the volume and tone pots