#3
i bought it for around 500bucks singapore dollars that shop was having year end sale so all items was on 50% off
#7
emgs or seymore duncan blacouts or seymore duncan livewires endorsed by kirk hammet and dave mustane also i think there is a classic in the livwire famly thoses should sound great i have some sh-4 s in my rr5and there so hi gain and poweful its fantastic
#9
Enough with the active crap already

TS - you (should) have a Bill Lawrence L500-L in the bridge of that thing, you shouldn't need to replace it. If you're having tone problems it'll be down to your amp.
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#10
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wat u guys think about this guitar?

and if i were to change those pickups, wat should ichange too? i play more of metal and those heavy stuff


It already has a Bill Lawrence in the bridge so I'd just change the neck pickup. Pickups are pretty much down to what kind of sound you want. Personally, I'd go for something DiMarzio, but then agin, you might not like them. Look into Seymour Duncan, EMG and Bareknuckles as well to get an idea of what you can get.
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Enough with the active crap already

TS - you (should) have a Bill Lawrence L500-L in the bridge of that thing, you shouldn't need to replace it. If you're having tone problems it'll be down to your amp.


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#12
im totally new to pickups.. is my current bill lawrence wan good? or mediocre

alright i'll go check out some pickups to replce my neck one

thanks guys
#13
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im totally new to pickups.. is my current bill lawrence wan good? or mediocre

alright i'll go check out some pickups to replce my neck one

thanks guys


It's good.

But, and this is a major but, replacing your pickups before you have a good amp is pretty much pointless unless you really, really, hate the current neck pickup. Also, if my memory is correct the stock neck pickup on the Washburn N2 isn't that bad. It's not a very exciting pickup, but it's not terrible either.
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yeah, plenty of people would buy a bill lawrence as a replacement pickup. It might not be what some people would choose if picking their own pickup from scratch (plenty would, though, might i add), but it should definitely be good enough not to upgrade- as steven seagull says, any problems with tone are more likely your amp rather than the pickup.
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