#1
Background...I have a Schecter C1 Exotic, I love my guitar to death and, although I have toyed with the thought of getting a new guitar, am sticking with it. My problem is that I just got a Crate GT3500H head and a VooDoo 400w cab, both of which are killer. I play metal so it suits me perfectly. The custom pickups that come with my schecter sound great for the most part but 1) I think there is room for improvement and 2) The magnets are HUGE...even with sound reduction things I still get massive feedback the second I go silent.
I've done some research and am concidering throwing a Duncan Invader on the bridge and a Duncan '59 on the Neck...something original and was hoping for any kind of suggestions from you guys...Please respond I need answers!!!
#3
hmmm...I remember somebody in guitar center mentioning that name, thanks.
#4
DONT GET THE INVADERS!!!111!!!!ELEVEN!!!!111!!! 2? !11!!!!


seriously, they suck. go look for sumthin from bareknuckles. if not dimarzios or Bill Lawrence, XL-500 would suit you very well
#5
Dimarzio Deactivators, D-Sonic, or X2N.

Bill Lawrence XL-500.

Bareknuckle Miracle Man, Warpig, or Nailbomb.

Check any of those out.
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~Dom~
#6
Thanks a lot guys...seriously I'm not familiar with...well, any of those.
#7
It's true, this stuff I make up.
~Dom~
#8
Hey, I'm looking at the Evolutions as well...I play in Drop C so will either the Activator or Evo give me the punch/depth that I need along with the note clarity?
#10
Evolutions would, I think, but they're a HIGHLY unforgiving pickup. If you mess up, it'll sound loud and clear for the whole world to hear.

Aside: The D-Sonic was made almost specifically for drop tunings, so give that a hard look.
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~Dom~
#11
Ironically enough that's the review I just finished reading, and I like it a lot. What would be good for the neck though. My guitar is a solid body I do believe, it has a lot of warmth. For clean, the few times that I use it, I wan't something that isn't so much ear piercing as much as warm and smooth...something that would go good with reverb.
#12
Hmmm...Dimarzio PAF Classic maybe?

I honestly don't know. Warm tones are not my thing.
It's true, this stuff I make up.
~Dom~