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all depends on wat you like, personally i'd go for the dave musitaine sig, cause it'll be a collectors item in 20 years
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depends what your looking fro in my opinion, the esp emg active humbuckers, which will be perfect for heavy metal while the seymour duncans arent as aggressive as the emgs
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the dave mustaine one is more expensive because it says dave mustaine on it. if your looking for real metal tone, you want emgs, if you want hard rockish type stuff go for the mustaine.
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i would go with the mustaine personally, but my jackson has EMGs, so i don't want another guitar with em.

contrary to what the others said, you do not need EMGs to get a metal sound, some passive pickups are MORE aggressive than EMGs, they're not the same, but that could be a good thing.

Just try them, only real way to tell if you'll like the guitar.
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the dave mustaine one is more expensive because it says dave mustaine on it. if your looking for real metal tone, you want emgs, if you want hard rockish type stuff go for the mustaine.


No, it's $100 more because it has Sperzel Locking Tuners, and a TonePros bridge. Real metal tone? Emgs? Oh god please no, depending on genre of metal, the Duncans are a lot more versatile and will still give you a nice rock/metal tone.