#2
I tell you, Samarium Cobalt Noiseless pickups are the best Jazz pickups I've ever heard.
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#3
The hot stacks for jazz sound quite nice and so do the quarter pounders
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#4
Since I don't want to make a separate thread just for this, can anyone suggest some good pickups for a P-bass? I'm looking for lots of low end, and a little bit of growl. Again, I don't mean to hijack the thread at hand.
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#5
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Since I don't want to make a separate thread just for this, can anyone suggest some good pickups for a P-bass? I'm looking for lots of low end, and a little bit of growl. Again, I don't mean to hijack the thread at hand.

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#6
Quote by kyle1528
I've pretty much narrowed it down to these two but Im not sure which ones to get.
I play mostly modern and classic rock stuff, and also reggae/dub stuff.

Also im slightly biased towards the look of the lightning rods

http://www.seymourduncan.com/compareTones/

Which two? There's quite a lot of pickups on that list. I'm going to say vintage noiseless just based on your musical requirements.

Also as for the p bass dude, I say a fralin split coil, damn nice pickups.
#9
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Which two? There's quite a lot of pickups on that list. I'm going to say vintage noiseless just based on your musical requirements.

Also as for the p bass dude, I say a fralin split coil, damn nice pickups.


sorry i meant these 2 and also im looking for active pickups

http://www.seymourduncan.com/compareTones/tone.asp?ID=82


http://www.seymourduncan.com/compareTones/tone.asp?ID=84


Also my im not really interested in emgs. My friend has them and i dont really like how they sound.
Last edited by kyle1528 at Mar 8, 2007,
#10
I don't have experience with the second one but I do recommend the first one if you feel strongly towards it. And if you don't end up liking them, that's how you get closer to that perfect tone.