#1
...an old Epiphone Les Paul kicking around that you want to upgrade, and $200 to burn, what kind of pickups would you put in it and why?
#2
A lot of combo's come to mind

(B/N)

Dimarzio Mo' Joe/Dimarzio Air Norton
Dimarzio Tone Zone/Dimarzio Breed Neck
Seymour Duncan JB/Seymour Duncan Jazz
Seymour Duncan JB/Seymour Duncan '59
Seymour Duncan '59 in both
#3
DiMarzio or Ibanez pickups.... I figure that if they're good enough for Steve Vai they're good enough for me, and I just love everything Ibanez
Gear:
Ibanez RG121
Ibanez GTA15R Amp
red Allegro nylon-strung acoustic of unkown model



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#5
Duncan Custom 5 bridge, Pearly Gates neck...pure sleaze
Actually called Mark!

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#6
Call me boring, EMG 85/81 setup + zombie rectifier.
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#7
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DiMarzio or Ibanez pickups.... I figure that if they're good enough for Steve Vai they're good enough for me, and I just love everything Ibanez
Ibanez pickups are mediocre, and Steve Vai uses Dimarzio's in his JEM's.

So much for being an Ibanez pro...
#8
Seymour Duncan JB/Seymour Duncan Jazz

or EMG 81/85.

Depending on the musical style I'd use the guitar for.
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