#1
Seymour duncan Sh-13 Dimebucker

would it go good in the neck position, but with a passive Gibson Burstbucker as my bridge?

thanks in advance
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#3
so it would sound good

or am i just stupid

help haaha
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#4
That would sound sooooo bad, what kind of music do you play? What do you play on your neck pickup? Cleans? Leads?
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#7
I play everything, i already have the Gibson in the bridge. i was just wondering how the dime would sound... but yea i play fast metal to anything soft. i wanted to turn this guitar into a shred kinda Les pual and then get sum badass strat with emgs or sumthing
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#8
well the dimebucker is also passive. just to let you know. lol.

whats in the neck position right now?
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#9
Its made for the bridge dude Heavy chuggin riffs put more of a blues sounding pick up in the neck somthing warm soudns good with that.


a 'SH-1 ’59 model will go good with a dime!
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#10
Oh.

a standard passive pickup, like with the gold plate.
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#11
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Do Not Put That Thing In The Neck Of Any Guitar!


Do you know what your talking about? pfft not putting in a neck of any guitar :/

Don't put it in any bloody guitar! It's one of the worst pickups I've came across.
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#12
The dimebucker would overpower your bridge pickup, it would sound stupidly wrong. You would have to look at a pickup designed for the neck position primarily, like the duncan jazz or 59 for example. I wouldn't personally suggest the Dimebucker for any position on a guitar in all honesty, i would take my Bill Lawrence Xl-500 any day
#13
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The dimebucker would overpower your bridge pickup, it would sound stupidly wrong. You would have to look at a pickup designed for the neck position primarily, like the duncan jazz or 59 for example. I wouldn't personally suggest the Dimebucker for any position on a guitar in all honesty, i would take my Bill Lawrence Xl-500 any day


+1

So true but some people can't allways get a hold of XL-500
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Do you know what your talking about? pfft not putting in a neck of any guitar :/

Don't put it in any bloody guitar! It's one of the worst pickups I've came across.

True. But he already has a good pickup in the bridge.
#15
its a **** pickup to begin with
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that's more like it.
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#17
*shakes head*

I think i've played one on my friend's Jackson...


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#19
Just to play devils advocate here. i know it all sounds wrong to us guitarists, but the only way to find the NEXT big thing in sound is to experiment. It prolly would sound like butt IMO too but i think sometimes doing things ass backwards is how you find new ideas. Dont be afraid to think outside the box. if you fail, so fxxxin what? be original and dont be afraid to fail. Im sure people thought Hendrix was weird at first too.
#20
very niche pickup. if youre playing really ****ty tiny musty venues everynight where everyone is into grindcore you might like it. for everything else its a horrible pickup.