#1
Hi guys. I bought an Epiphone dot studio a while ago for jazz/blues (and my oh my, does this guitar deliver. I seriously recommend this guitar to anyone wanting to play anything requiring a hollowbody, the playability and tone are really great for a mere 200 dollars.)

Its been treating me really well so far, but I wanted to make the sound a bit more professional. What humbucking combination would be best suited for cleaner jazz/blues styles?
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#2
maybe a set of seymour duncan 59s or seth lovers?
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#4
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For that style, a blues junior.
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#6
I use them for the same. Primarily all my jazz runs are gonna be on my neck, and if I want to play a heavy rhythm part it would be on my bridge.
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#9
I'd just stick a pair of Duncan Pearly Gates in it.
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