#1
Been debating on whether or not to get new pickups in the LP. I went back and forth over different brands/models for a while. So the ones I am thinking of getting are DiMarzio Tone Zone for the bridge, and DiMarzio Humbucker From Hell for the neck. Do you think it would be worth changing them?
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#3
It depends on what kind of sounds you're looking for, I could suggest 30 pickups but there's no guarantee they'd be right!
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#4
I chose the humbucker from hell because it is clean, bright and glassy, whereas my LP neck pickup is a bit too warm. Since I want to change the neck pickup, I do not want to have one chrome covered pickup and one black uncovered pickup. For the bridge, I kicked around the idea of several different models. Though the bridge pickup I have now is just fine, a more harmonically expressive one would be nice.
"I can play pretty fast on an instrument and I can do some pretty dazzling things if I want, but that only goes so far. You know, that's only going to interest people to a certain degree, it only has a certain stimulation." ~Steve Vai~
#5
Tone Zone might be a bit too extreme of a change for you, there's a big midrange spike that can get overpowering if it's not your thing. Dimarzio Norton would maybe be a better bet, also look at the Duncan Custom or Custom 5.
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#6
I checked out the Norton on Musician's Friend. And I really liked this about it. "Really good for opening up the sound of mahogany set-neck guitars." Thanks for the help. I think I will try that one out.
"I can play pretty fast on an instrument and I can do some pretty dazzling things if I want, but that only goes so far. You know, that's only going to interest people to a certain degree, it only has a certain stimulation." ~Steve Vai~