#1
Hey guys.
Im thinking about changing the humbuckers in my ibanez SZ320
I was thinking emg 81/85 (there is a zakk wylde set on ebay which are 81/85 - are the zakk wyldes different to the nromal 81/85?)

Another option is for a Emg HZA4 (passive) and a Seymour duncan SH13 Dimebucker

any suggestions?
Setup

Ibanez SZ320
Randall RD75
EHX METAL MUFF
Mesa boogie single recto series 2
Line 6 Toneport
Mesa boogie single recto series 1
Digitech GNX4
#2
What do you need them mostly for cleans or distortion sounds?
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#3
Quote by redwing91007
What do you need them mostly for cleans or distortion sounds?


both

well mostly distortion but i like playing clean aswell sometimes
Setup

Ibanez SZ320
Randall RD75
EHX METAL MUFF
Mesa boogie single recto series 2
Line 6 Toneport
Mesa boogie single recto series 1
Digitech GNX4
#5
so 60 emg and what in the bridge
Setup

Ibanez SZ320
Randall RD75
EHX METAL MUFF
Mesa boogie single recto series 2
Line 6 Toneport
Mesa boogie single recto series 1
Digitech GNX4
#7
One thing about the Dimebucker - with a ceramic magnet they tend not to clean up well when you roll the volume back...that's just a characteristic of ceramics. So if you're the type that likes to clean up their sound by using the knob, I wouldn't suggest the Dimebucker.

If you get the EMG's, make sure you have enough room in the electronics cavity to fit it all or you'll have to rout out more space. Looking at it tho, you should be OK.
#8
So get a 60 in the neck and in the bridge a 81? HOw about a EMG HZ4 A? so they both are passive?
Setup

Ibanez SZ320
Randall RD75
EHX METAL MUFF
Mesa boogie single recto series 2
Line 6 Toneport
Mesa boogie single recto series 1
Digitech GNX4