#1
i want to know what you think about dirtfingers (pickups in case you dont know)

1. what other pick up should i get with it?

2.should i get any more hardware to help make it cleaner or is it fine?

3.Im running a epiphone les paul and an sg (both epi)..standard les paul and a g-400 sg

4.Also right now i have a pair seymore duncan jazz (bridge) and distortion (neck) pick ups i got from a set pack.

5.Do you think i should get active pick up instead.(emgs)

6.other comments?
#2
do oyu not like the seymour duncans? what is it about them you dont like? what styles of music? what kind of tone? what amp do you have?
#3
i have a line 6 but ima get a nice tube amp and the sg is using a fm65 fender, i want to play rock like deep bass southern stuff all the way to lighter metal
#5
Wait until you get a tube amp before deciding you need new pickups. Nothing is going to sound too great through a FM65 or line 6 spider.
#6
Quote by Ryan_0811
i want to know what you think about dirtfingers (pickups in case you dont know)

1. what other pick up should i get with it?

2.should i get any more hardware to help make it cleaner or is it fine?

3.Im running a epiphone les paul and an sg (both epi)..standard les paul and a g-400 sg

4.Also right now i have a pair seymore duncan jazz (bridge) and distortion (neck) pick ups i got from a set pack.


5.Do you think i should get active pick up instead.(emgs)

6.other comments?

What the hell? Why didn't you get the distortion in the bridge, and the Jazz in the neck...? That's a better combo..

And the Dirty Fingers isn't all that great, and it's overpriced.
#7
Quote by forsaknazrael
What the hell? Why didn't you get the distortion in the bridge, and the Jazz in the neck...? That's a better combo..

And the Dirty Fingers isn't all that great, and it's overpriced.


cause i got the guitar that way and thats how its supposed to be set up, yes i will have a new amp soon
#9
Quote by Ryan_0811
cause i got the guitar that way and thats how its supposed to be set up, yes i will have a new amp soon

You need to do two things.

1 - get the pickups in the SG swapped round, they're in the wrong places. The Jazz is far better in the neck and the distortion is far better for the bridge. Then it'll be fantastic for metal.
2 - get a pair of Duncan Pearly Gates for the Les Paul and it'll be stunningly good for Souther Rock.
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#10
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You need to do two things.

1 - get the pickups in the SG swapped round, they're in the wrong places. The Jazz is far better in the neck and the distortion is far better for the bridge. Then it'll be fantastic for metal.
2 - get a pair of Duncan Pearly Gates for the Les Paul and it'll be stunningly good for Souther Rock.



ryan didn't specify wich one had the jazz pups in it
the lp has the modded pups
sg needs the pups
#11
Quote by jakerickman9208
ryan didn't specify wich one had the jazz pups in it
the lp has the modded pups
sg needs the pups



none the less them pearly gates sound alright
#12
Quote by jakerickman9208
ryan didn't specify wich one had the jazz pups in it
the lp has the modded pups
sg needs the pups

Oh, okay then...swap the pickups round in the LP and get a pair of pearly gates for the SG. A distortion bridge/jazz neck is a pretty kick-ass set for metal, and the pearly gates are fantastic for southern sounds...makes sense to have two guitars that each specialise in the genres you want to play rather than two that kind of do both averagely.
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