#1
Anybody use them?
How are they for metal. I'm looking into the Bridge Pickup
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Victor Gutierrez
Last edited by bassburton at Jul 17, 2007,
#2
Bump
The clock strikes midnight
When tomorrow and today collide
The moon is at its highest
And the twilight seems fitting
For in these moments
The light at the end of the world
Shines like a thousand suns....


Victor Gutierrez
#3
I'd like some replies. Bump
The clock strikes midnight
When tomorrow and today collide
The moon is at its highest
And the twilight seems fitting
For in these moments
The light at the end of the world
Shines like a thousand suns....


Victor Gutierrez
#5
Oh. More details? Is the bridge pickup chunky and growly? Any experience first hand?
The clock strikes midnight
When tomorrow and today collide
The moon is at its highest
And the twilight seems fitting
For in these moments
The light at the end of the world
Shines like a thousand suns....


Victor Gutierrez
#6
Bump
The clock strikes midnight
When tomorrow and today collide
The moon is at its highest
And the twilight seems fitting
For in these moments
The light at the end of the world
Shines like a thousand suns....


Victor Gutierrez
#7
Goddamnit. First a triple post, then a double right after that. Isn't it a little out of hand? Anyway, a ton of pickups can get a good metal tone, with the right EQing that is. It would take some playing around, but it can be done.
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#8
I thought it only applied when they are right after another.
The clock strikes midnight
When tomorrow and today collide
The moon is at its highest
And the twilight seems fitting
For in these moments
The light at the end of the world
Shines like a thousand suns....


Victor Gutierrez
#9
Well, it is in its most basic form a jazz pickup with more coil windings and another one reverse wound etc so it is humbucking.

I would imagine it should give a fairly powerful, punchy tone. Normal jazz pups can handle themself in metal, so a hot, humbucking one should be even better it, as it should have a fatter, more midrange powerful tone.

Well, that logic is why I'm getting the neck one at any rate
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