#1
OK, so I want new pickups for my RG and Dimarzio is my only option.

I play mostly metal and hardrock.

I want a heavy sounding bridge pickup that will fit crunchy power chording and muting and that will able to deliver clear high notes.


And I need a nice mellow sounding neck pickup with not so high output that again got to sound clear on the high notes and have a lot of sustain.

Both pickups must have decent cleans too.
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#2
id say get a bridge drop sonic, and a neck tone zone. thats a pretty sweet combo. im not so sure how well the d sonic handles cleans, but ive heard its a beautiful sounding pickup. then a tone zone i believe is alnico v so a nice output but cleans up nice.
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#3
super d in bridge and paf pro in neck should be awesome
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#4
yeah paf pro in the neck, great cleans, get a super in the neck, good combo
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#5
Quote by Metal_Injection
yeah paf pro in the neck, great cleans, get a super in the neck, good combo



But what in the bridge?
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#6
Quote by Guitar0player
But what in the bridge?


I guess he meant the Super in the bridge.
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#7
what about the d-activators? ive heard good things about them, and actually are thinking of putting that into my rg. how are they? anyone have these pups?
#8
i got "the breed" for my neck and "the evolution" for my bridge, i put them into my epiphone sg and it puts out some good sounds. as far as palm muting goes all i can say is its amazing.
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#9
Threadstarter, why do the HAVE be be dimarzio?


If you have a good amp and they have to be DiMarzio then I'd suggest a Breed in the neck and Evolution in the bridge. They have better high end than most of the other DiMarzio pickups with similar outputs. The Evolution isn't great sounding clean, but the Breed does sound good clean.

If you don't have a good amp you are probably better off saving for a good amp.

If you decide it doesn't have to be a DiMarzio pickup then there are better options for the bridge.
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#10
Quote by CorduroyEW
Threadstarter, why do the HAVE be be dimarzio?


If you have a good amp and they have to be DiMarzio then I'd suggest a Breed in the neck and Evolution in the bridge. They have better high end than most of the other DiMarzio pickups with similar outputs. The Evolution isn't great sounding clean, but the Breed does sound good clean.

If you don't have a good amp you are probably better off saving for a good amp.

If you decide it doesn't have to be a DiMarzio pickup then there are better options for the bridge.


My other option is EMG.
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#12
Quote by CorduroyEW
Just wondering why you think those are your only options.



I live in Israel, their are no other pickups.
Unless you think Curt stock pickups are good.
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