#1
Hi, i want to replace the stock bridge pickup in my Gibson Les Paul Studio. I've been looking at the seymour duncan invader, Gibson dirty finger, or the gibson 500t super ceramic. I think covered pickups look better on the guitar, but these pickups sound awesome. I was wondering if it was possible to get a cover over one of these pickups, or at least find some good sounding covered pickups. Ideas?
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Last edited by kingxnothing14 at Jul 29, 2007,
#2
yeah you can buy them, i have a couple extras. theyre kind of annoying to put on the pickups though
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#3
EMG's maybe? But mixing passive with activem ay not be such a good idea . You could order the Seymour Duncan El Diablo Railpickup, looks so good it doesn't need a cover
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