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#2
evo 2 have a wider tone range but emgs clean tone is the best but i say evo 2. good luck
#3
k thx
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#4
I hope you know that those emgs you want are bass pickups, right?
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#5
def evo. it has lots more versatilty then the emg's.
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#6
no there not
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#7
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no there not

oh ****, my bad, i thought they were p bass pickups. Anyway i would go with the evos. EMG's seem to suffer in the cleans department especially when compared with the evos.
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#8
k thx
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#9
I run the PAF Pro in the neck and Super Distortion in the bridge, it has a great rock sound. I do not like EMGS at all. So I would get the DiMarizo.