#1
Also, does the Evo 2 sound good in a Les Paul ?
If not, what do suggest

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#2
Er...an Evo neck?

And if my memory serves me right, the EVO pickups were actually created because Steve Vai loved the vintage Les Paul sound but couldn't get it out of a trem-equipped guitar like his JEM...
Therefore,sure, it'll sound fine, but it seems entirely pointless at the same time!

If you're installing it on an LP, go for a vintage-hot style like the SD JB,Bareknuckle 'Holydiver' or Dimarzio PAF Pro.
#3
BREED an awesome sounding pickup for the neck
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#4
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Er...an Evo neck?

And if my memory serves me right, the EVO pickups were actually created because Steve Vai loved the vintage Les Paul sound but couldn't get it out of a trem-equipped guitar like his JEM...
Therefore,sure, it'll sound fine, but it seems entirely pointless at the same time!

If you're installing it on an LP, go for a vintage-hot style like the SD JB,Bareknuckle 'Holydiver' or Dimarzio PAF Pro.


I doubt it...Evo's are high-output, ultra clear trebly screamers, about as far away from warm vintage Pafs as you can get.

However, if you want to beef up a basswood guitar a Breed is the way to go...hang on a mo, were you getting Breeds and Evos mixed up?
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