#1
so i have my epi SG vintage and it has an epiphone Hot B humbucker in it and i do like the sound of it but i sometimes find it a bit dull/muddy. i play classic rock (ac/dc, led zep, g n' r, hendrix, metallic, etc.) i was looking to brighten my tone up a bit so i was thinking of investing in a gibson burstucker pro bridge pickup. i have heard positive feedback and was wondering what you guys think of it.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Gibson-BurstBucker-Pro-Humbucker-Pickup?sku=304665
Gear:
Epiphone SG Vintage
Digitech RP 100A
Kustom Quad 100 DFX
Washburn D10S Deluxe (electric acoustic)
#2
They're really expensive. Seymour Duncan Alnico II pickups might be what you're looking for. That's what Gibson uses on the Slash signature Les Paul.
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#3
i only ant the bridge one...and there only like $110 and i am willing to pay that
Gear:
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Digitech RP 100A
Kustom Quad 100 DFX
Washburn D10S Deluxe (electric acoustic)
#4
Those pickups are overpriced.

Plus you won't get any more classic rock tone with them. Buy an Epiphone Valve Jr. (it's the same price) and it will get you a classic rock tone!
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#5
+1 With gabel. New amp for new tone ftw!
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