#1
If I switch from one guitar with EMG 81/85 to a guitar with two TB4's, am I going to be unsatisfied with a change in tone at all? I mean I could switch them out with the 81/85 I already have but would they still sound good for really high gain metal?

I don't like the way invaders through my 5150, so I'm kind of wondering if the TB4 will be any different.

I ask because I could get a good deal on a really nice RR5, so get me some input please.
#2
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#3
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^bump I wanna know this too!


I really dunno if anyone has experiences with the TB4's.
#4
They're kinda ****ty for metal, much less gain than the emgs and more treble. They're good for punk but not for metal.

JB in the neck also kind of sucks.
#5
Quote by Chinomaster182
They're kinda ****ty for metal, much less gain than the emgs and more treble. They're good for punk but not for metal.

JB in the neck also kind of sucks.


So then I'd be better off just taking my EMG's out and putting them in the RR5?
#6
Quote by rwalby9
I really dunno if anyone has experiences with the TB4's.

I suggest changing the title to , *Who has a jackson rr5?*
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edge11
that was an epic win
best thing ive read all day

[feel free to sig this statement]

Gear:
Esp Ltd Ninja 600
Esp Ltd F-50
les paul elite
5watt jcm800 clone
Roland jc-55
Crate V33
Jca20H
Ibanez tubescreamer ts9
Keeley ds-1