#1
i kinda want a schecter c1 hellraiser but yet i could just put a new pickups in my epiphone. i need some help deciding


Quote by Gabel
Simple. It's the amp. Getting EVH tone out of a Twin Reverb is as likely as Nazis supporting jews.
#2
I've heard nothing but good things about the Hellraiser. If you're into heavier stuff active EMG's are pretty nice.
#3
would emgs work with a marshall dsl 50


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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
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would emgs work with a marshall dsl 50

no your amp will explode!

sarcasm

i say do both lol
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#5
for the time being i might fix up my les paul since i already have enough money and then save up some money for a hellraiser


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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
go for the hellraiser thats a great guitar but dont get me wrong Epiphones are great aswell ive had mine for 2 years
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#8
what amp do you use? and emg's will sound different in your LP compared to the hellraiser mainly because of the wood choice