#4
yeah.... not a lot required to play high gain nothingness (though i am a die-hard grunge fan, i admit to its lack of.. everything tonewise) you probably wanna get a humbucker that has a high output.. and thats about it.
#6
um.. i'm not really the one to suggest much... but a seymour duncan SH-6 is nice for lots of overdrive/distortion without going over board. someone else might be able to give you better suggestions though.
#7
buy one of the grunge overdrive thingys in musicians friend... hang on ill link it.. http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/DigiTech-Grunge-Distortion-Pedal?sku=150834 if thats any help too ya. tis only 40 bucks.
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#8
yeah i had to borrow that pedal a while back for a gig... it was nice.. it impressed me how well it worked cause i didnt expect much out of it at first. as long as you are soley using it for grunge the digitech pedal is your best bet.