#1
I want to change the bridge single out for a humbucker.
I was thinking Duncan Hot Rails, but i was also considering JB Jr. or even a full sized JB.

what would you recommend?
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#2
full JB.

if you're looking for one of the best tones out there from a pup, then yeah, full JB.

that is, if you're only looking at passives =]
#3
i have a full JB in my strat and Jag Stang. i just dont know if i want to route it for the full sized humbucker.
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#4
oh, well if u already have 2 guitars with one, why would u even consider a 3rd one?
that's just 3guitars with the same tone.... pretty pointless.

make this one a jazz/blues guitar =]
#5
dont play jazzy/ blues stuff at all. and about the same tone thats what i was considering. me and my friend had a discussion about this once about how he would want all of his guitars to sound the same.. and i didnt.. i think ill go with the hot rails.
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#6
I think the routing on the Mustang is S-S, so you would have some issue putting a full sized hum in. I think you should ptu hot rails in your mustang to give you some variety.
#8
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i guess it isn't routed for humbuckers under the pickgaurd like most strats are?

i dont think so. im gonna go with hot rails.
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#9
Why not a Super Distortion, if you're going for a Kurt tone.. He had two in his Jaguar...