#1
SH-5 Duncan Custom

or

X2N

for metal genre music
heavier side of it

in a mahognay bodied guitar.

which one for the bridge?
#2
Duncan Custom, unless you have a mid-gain tube amp (and you're trying to get death metal).
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#3
Ceramic pickups. That's all you need to know...or, if I'm wrong, someone correct me
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#5
I was wondering about what you would think about maybe a humbucker by WCR hand wound pickups.

And what type of sound does the d-sonic have.

Oh and my Amp is a Peavey Supreme Trans-tube 100 watt head
#6
Quote by Krzy8
SH-5 Duncan Custom

or

X2N

for metal genre music
heavier side of it

in a mahognay bodied guitar.

which one for the bridge?


Neither, Blackouts. Or if you don't like actives, SH-5 or SH-6 but imo the SH-6 has better lows.
#7
Eh i would get the new blackout 2's made for metal, but i don't wanna have to route my guitar and what not. But thats 2 for SH-5 any other opinions?
#8
Quote by Krzy8
Eh i would get the new blackout 2's made for metal, but i don't wanna have to route my guitar and what not. But thats 2 for SH-5 any other opinions?


Well, what type of guitar do you have? The standard blackouts should fit any humbucker I think.
#9
I have a tempest custom. its not the fitting of the humbucker, its the battery sure it doesn't need a battery cavity but it makes things easier plus the battery life on those BLOW because of the preamps
#11
X2N > everything
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#12
Emg.
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