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#4
vintage pickups... means more than 30 years old. you won't find pickups from the '70s under $70.


if you say vintage voicing, that's another world.
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#7
Quote by Nick_
http://www.vintagevibeguitars.com/pickup_sc.html#

Built anyway you want it

$60 each, less (each) for a set - just email him if you've got questions.

that's still not vintage. it's jsut vintage specs when you order it that way. i have one of RockMonkeyGuitars' vintage spec single coil sets. it's awesome.
Call me "Shot".

ShotRod Guitar Works

Custom Hand-wired Amplifiers and Effect Pedals.

Est. 2007


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#9
Quote by myearshurt
he uses a line 6 head with 2 line 6 412 cabs. i use a line6 15 watt


Lord Jesus, WHY would anyone buy a Line 6 stack?
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Digitech Hot Head
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Elixir .010-.052
#11
Quote by ibanezluvr
and with 2 line6 412 cabs lol.


"Vintage" pickups into a Line 6 is a bit like drinking Cabernet Sauvignon out of a plastic bag.

The word "vintage" in general is just a load of crap anyway. Yes, it applies to certain companies that truly don't make their proverbial products like they used to, but anybody can stamp "vintage" onto a guitar, amp, tube, effect, pickup, string or pick and instantly increase their sales by 500%.
Epiphone Dot Studio
Peavey Valve King 112 (w/ Eminence Texas Heat)
Digitech Hot Head
Dunlop Cry Baby GCB-95
Elixir .010-.052