#1
How do the dimarzio pro and the seymour duncan Jazz "mesh"? I want to change out everything on my guitar so it's top of the notch.
Traynor YCV40
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#3
Traynpr YCV40WR. I chose the Jazz because I love the tone that you get with for a neck pup, and I want a really clean Pickup in the neck. I chose the PAF pro because I've heard alot about it.

EDIT: I've heard a lot of good things about it.
Traynor YCV40
Modded Gibson SG
Gibson CS-356
1973 Fender Bassman
Fulltone OCD
MXR Carbon Copy Delay
Last edited by SRVspeaks at Feb 1, 2008,
#5
I don't know about those but you should check out Stephens Design pickups. Dave Stephens' pickups are some of the best. They are a bit pricey but you get what you pay for. He has plenty of sound clips on his site to listen to. I bought some single coils for my Strat and I just can't believe how much better it is now..every time I pick it up. He makes all kinds; check it out.
http://www.sdpickups.com/products.shtml
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#7
I play blues, classical, classic rock, and occasionally metal. But that's what I would use the Bridge for.
Traynor YCV40
Modded Gibson SG
Gibson CS-356
1973 Fender Bassman
Fulltone OCD
MXR Carbon Copy Delay
#8
Duncan Custom 5 bridge, 59 neck without question...and I'll put money on forsaknazrael recommending the exact same thing
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#10
Why are the particular pickups good for those styles?
Traynor YCV40
Modded Gibson SG
Gibson CS-356
1973 Fender Bassman
Fulltone OCD
MXR Carbon Copy Delay
#12
Thanks a lot man. Im gonna look into those.
Traynor YCV40
Modded Gibson SG
Gibson CS-356
1973 Fender Bassman
Fulltone OCD
MXR Carbon Copy Delay