#1
Have built a strat replica,
been happy with it

Have got a full set of seymour duncans on it, HSS formation

But i'm considering switching them for EMG's

EMG-89 in the bridge, and SLV's in the middle and neck.

Is it worth it?

I play mainly heavy music.
and some progressive music.
#4
I am ordering a new amp in a couple of weeks. Marshall valve

And its the distortion humbucker in the bridge
and can't remember the models of the single coils. sound terrible distorted tho.

Have saved up quite a bit of cash so decided to upgrade
#5
Quote by TomR
I am ordering a new amp in a couple of weeks. Marshall valve

And its the distortion humbucker in the bridge
and can't remember the models of the single coils. sound terrible distorted tho.

Have saved up quite a bit of cash so decided to upgrade

i hope for your sake thats an all valve marshall, not a valvestate...
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#6
Quote by Blompcube
i hope for your sake thats an all valve marshall, not a valvestate...


Yes yes, its an all valve head
#9
If the EMG sound is what you are looking for then yes, it'll be worth it.
Not taking any online orders.
#10
Get a Hammet pickguard with EMGs. i think it has an 85 with active singles in it.