#1
Kent Armstrong motherbucker

Seymour Duncan invader, full shred

Dimarzio X2N, D Sonic

for metal, hardcore, shred...etc.

help me out

in Jackson DK1 (1998, two single coil & humbucker)

through a Crate BV120HB

& I play mostly in drop D. if that matters
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#2
Both would kick ass.

I have a X2N in the bridge of my Rhodes, pretty sick.
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#3
I would recomend the Full Shred for your style !!
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
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#6
I haven't tried the Motherbucker, so I can't comment.

The Invader is way too muddy and bassy, the Full Shred wasn't punchy enough for me.

The Dimarzio X2N is your best bet, it's a great pickup.
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#7
Usually the lesser known a pickup brand is, the better their pickups are, so I'd get the motherbucker.
Ask Dave_mc, he'll most likely say the same thing.
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#8
Teh motherbucker is a 4-polepieced humbucker, with tons of output !!! Which I predict will be kinda bad for cleans, but I haven't tried it yet, so who am I to say ??

I choosed the Full Shred, because, hey it's punchy enough fo me !!! I think its the Duncan Equivalent to the Dimarzio Tone Zone (which is a great pickup) And the name roxorz.......
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

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#9
well, i mean I wouldn't necessarily say the less well known a pickup is, the better it is, it could be less well-known because it sucks...

I haven't really tried many of those, to be honest- the invader is awful, though, I'd avoid it...
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#10
ive owned the motherbucker for a while and it is just amazing for what i do, which is all kinds of METAL, it has 21.6 k DC resistence, and I get the screws higher for a brighter sound after moving the whole pickup higher. Also the motherbucker has the best name and it is actually cheaper (around $65, someone told me, mine was stock in my Cort so Im happy!) than the others that you've mentioned, im glad you have actually took the motherbucker into consideration since most people never even heard of it.
#11
ok I'm pretty much decided on the motherbucker but im still curious about the D Sonic. whats the deal with that? anyone have one?