#1
And iw as wondering how the EMG - H4s Are does anyone know and what there like if you know can you please let me know
#2
Passives......your better off with a seymour duncan
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#3
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Passives......your better off with a DiMarzio



Edit: I suppose I should be of a little more help. What kind of tone are you looking for?
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#4
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Edit: I suppose I should be of a little more help. What kind of tone are you looking for?



Im looking for really heavy rythoms and screaming leads pretty much i dont know if thats a good example of what kind of tone i want but haha thats the best i can explain man
#6
Any bands/guitarists you know that would have a similar sound?
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#7
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Any bands/guitarists you know that would have a similar sound?



Id say Old Metallica most likely or a pantera kind of sound just 2 of my all time favrites
#9
Dimarzio Air Norton or Seymour Duncan JB
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#10
Seymour Duncan SH-6 for the bridge.
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#11
I'm using a pair of duncans in one guitar, and an EMG 81 and 60 in another. I know that a lot of people don't get on with the EMG's, but they really are perfect for metal.. and admittedly crap for cleans or anything but high gain. I would probably say to go for a Seymour Duncan set.. perhaps an SH4 in the bridge and a JB for the neck. They would cope with old school thrash metal, but you would end up with a much more versitile guitar.
#12
EMG h-4s aren't as good as the actives. I dont see them as an upgrade, because i always see them upgraded to active EMGs (usually 81, 85 and 60s)

i'm a dimarzio fanboy so i'll second the super distortion.

but Bill Lawrence L500s and XL500's are worth a look too (model names are probably incorrect, i always get confused. They are similar to that though)
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#13
What kind of amp you running through - if its small/basic then you might be better off upgrading that first.
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