#1
I've been playing for a year now and I think it's time to get rid of the standard pickups for my Ibanez S470. What I mostly listen to/play is classic rock and metal/pogressive metal. I really like the DiMarzio Mo' Joe but I'm not really sure what to get. I'm not a pro at this yet so any help would be awesome.
Last edited by Darth Zeppelin at Oct 1, 2007,
#2
im gettin seymour duncan blackouts but they probably wont be good for classic rock. id recommend seymour duncan theough because i play guitars at guitar center that have them all the time and i think they have incredible tone.
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#3
Hooch IS crazy.

Oh, how does the quote go? "Im gonna sit in the parking lot, play me some speed metal, turn up the bass, and im mowin' people down".
#5
Get the Mo'Joe. I have one in my RG and it's ****ing killer. It can do rock and metal easy.
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#9
Well...That's a terrible reason...
Pickups make a small difference in your tone, and even then, not until you have a nice amp that will show the subtle nuances of a nice pickup..
The Roland Cube's modeling masks the guitar to a degree, and it's not even that great ana mp. So if you don't like your tone, you can spend 150 (how much one would expect to spend on a set of nice pickups, usually) towards a better amp, and get a bigger difference..
#10
The Mo'Joe is much different from the stock Ibanez pick-up. I noticed a large change in tone after switching to PAF Joe / Mo'Joe from the stock V7 / V8 pick ups even in my POD 2.0.

The Mo'Joe has insane harmonics and that AWW sound like a WAH pedal in the on position. Not to mention higher output.
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