#1
the swineshead A.M.P. sounds awesome when spillted on their site. i really want a pickup that will give me nice humbucker and single tones when split. the problem is i live in the us, not the uk and the amp's would be kind of too pricy. do any of you know of some buckers that would split nicely to give you a traditional single coil sound, and a nice bucker, if not do you know any that would get close t o the traditional single which would be available in the USA?

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i forgot to say, the style of music i wanna play when on normal (not split) would be blues and rock, on split mode would be blues, funk, and some rock. i run through quite a few amps, i have a TT but im going to need to sell it soon, but besides that i run through a champ 600 and a valvetronix.
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#2
Though I've never tried the coil-tap model, I love the Gibson pickups, yea I know know it's Gibson, but their pickups truly are outstanding IMO. [this is not necessarily true in all instance like EMG etc, where certain tones are desired, but in most cases they come out on top.]
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#3
Duncan Stagg Mag is the same kind of thing as the AMP, otherwise there's the DImarzio Humbucker from Hell which is about as close as you can get to a single coil-sounding full humbucker.
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