#1
Right, well ive decided to put seymour duncans in my ibanez copy. (which can be found at the link below). Its an HSH configuration and im planning on putting a slash signature in the neck and the jeff beck pickup in the bridge. I have no idea what single coil to put in the middle. I want to stick with seymour duncan. Any suggestions?? I want a nice bluesy pickup.
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#3
For blues (sticking with duncan) you will want his california single. It gives you a early 60's type tone. Seymour says it's a 50's sound but it's too hot to be 50's... Anyway, I'm rambaling.
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#4
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Right, well ive decided to put seymour duncans in my ibanez copy. (which can be found at the link below). Its an HSH configuration and im planning on putting a slash signature in the neck and the jeff beck pickup in the bridge. I have no idea what single coil to put in the middle. I want to stick with seymour duncan. Any suggestions?? I want a nice bluesy pickup.
http://www.bebo.com/PhotoAlbumBig.jsp?MemberId=20383245&PhotoNbr=1&PhotoAlbumId=643845652
I painted it myself.
Mick

I wouldn't bother with the Duncans, unless you have money to burn. If you want value for money get some UK-made pickups, maybe a Swineshead Warthog/Condor set with a Spotlight in between?

www.swinesheadpickups.co.uk
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#6
^ +1 for seymour if your just playing blues with classic rock i would maybe say a 59 in the bridge because there not hot by any means but they sound pretty nice in the bridge