#1
Ok, I'm torn between the Schecter C-1 Classic in 3-tone sunburst or C-1 Hellraiser in Black Cherry. I like the Classic's looks better, but if the pickups it comes with are called "Seymour Duncan JB (SH-4) & Jazz (SH-2n)." I play metal and I'll assume the Jazz isn't made for metal, but would the Duncans be good for metal? If not, I'll just get the Hellraiser because of the EMGs.
Gear:
Jackson Pro Series DK2 Dinky (Eerie Dess Swirl)
Ibanez XPT700 Xiphos (Chameleon Red) =D

Crate FXT65 amp with 3-way foot switch
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah Pedal
#2
JB's are really good all around pickups.
if you play really heavy metal go for the emg's
otherwise jb's are awesome-er.
There's a place where a depth charge ignites.
#3
Using that Crate nothing is going to get true metal tone. But yeah the Duncans will do fine. The EMGs are probably better for metal but if you using any classic rock or clean tones then the Duncan's shame them.
#5
ive got jb's and i like them
sex, drugs, and rock and roll have turned into aids, needles, and techno..
#7
there's a pickup called "new amp". u should get that.
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#10
the video is testing the $6.3k JEM. and it wasn't the best tone i've ever heard or anything...
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