#1
Hey all I have a Agile Les Paul copy 3800dlx that I bought a couple years ago, and I'm about ready to replace the pickups.

Problem is I know nothing about pickups so I was wondering if y'all could help me out.

I play most chili peppers, Oar, jack johnson, blink 182 and mess around with some metal as well as blues.

I'd like it to cost around $150 for both (bridge and rithum (sp?)

I know absolutely nothing about pickups so any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
#2
Duncan Custom/59 combo would good for you, based on what you've said.
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#3
Ok thanks, where would be a good place to look these up and buy them or read reviews on them? I cant seem to find that one by searching
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#6
^Yup.
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-Larrivee D-03R
#7
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Duncan Custom/59 combo would good for you, based on what you've said.


where can i get this and what does custom/59 combo mean?
#8
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