#1
Hi i own a FENDER LEAD III


Some cover so you can get an idea of the sound and i play with Nu-metal and UK moderna as Amp settings on my VOX AD30VT.

GAIN: 6-9
TREBLE 8-10
MIDDLE 7-9
BASS 4-6

That's about the settings i use in the covers. It has two specially designed humbuckers (Seth Lover designed) and yeah... what bridge pickup do you think would give me a higher output... play stuff like: Green Day, BLink182, NOFX and Sum41.
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#2
Those new Seymour Duncan Blackouts are pretty high output, and they sound great too, try a set of those.
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#3
im assuming those pups a passive ijn which case i would go for a dimarzio super distortion or a seymour duncan blackout. if active then emg 80
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#4
Actives are a daft idea, a pickup change isn't going to make a massive difference anyway, however if you're dead set on changing pickups look at a Duncan Custom for the bridge and a 59 for the neck.
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im assuming those pups a passive ijn which case i would go for a dimarzio super distortion or a seymour duncan blackout. if active then emg 80


For one, blackouts are active, and they dont even sell emg 80s anymore.
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Actives are a daft idea, a pickup change isn't going to make a massive difference anyway, however if you're dead set on changing pickups look at a Duncan Custom for the bridge and a 59 for the neck.

+1

If you want a more metal tone...probably better off getting a different amp. The Valvetronix series isn't the best for metal.
#8
I don't play metal... or well... sum41 and NOFX is more to the metal sound.. but blink182, Green day is more like poppunk... but yeah... i don't know what amp... people says get an Orange and a tiny terror on it... ?
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I don't play metal... or well... sum41 and NOFX is more to the metal sound.. but blink182, Green day is more like poppunk... but yeah... i don't know what amp... people says get an Orange and a tiny terror on it... ?

NOFX and Sum 41 are really not that much of a metal sound.

I just assumed you wanted a more metal tone, since you liked the "Nu-metal" setting.

Anyway, I got around to watching those videos. Sounds pretty ****ty, honestly. Really buzzy and dry. Go buy a Boss DS-1 for that..