#1
Hey there,

So I have bought this Schecter and I have heard that the pickups are not very good. If I am looking for a Trey Anastasio kind of sound, what kind of pickups would you reccomend?

Gregg
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#2
Heyyyyyyyy

Play the guitar first before you decide you if you like the pickups or not .
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#4
What amp do you have?
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#5
Good question - I run through a Boss GT-8 straight into the house. I split the signal one way to the house and the other to a small Fender G-DEC Junior for a monitor.
#6
The Languedoc "Trey signatures" that you can buy have Seymour Duncan '59s in both position.

Any PAF-style pickup would work.

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#7
hey man i just got that guitar too... well the only thing with the pickups if you want to call it a drawback? is that they are a little dark... but i play metal so they were perfect but i loved it.... play it and see what you think!
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