#1
Well I'm really starting to dislike the tone I get when using the bridge pup on my Ibanez. It's not my amp or anything, since I get perfectly good tone from my LP. So I thought maybe a pickup change could be a solution... Will it be a great difference if I choose to change? And I know people generally seem to dislike EMGs on here, but what I really need is some pickups for some good old high-gain metal, so would EMGs be a good choice for that?
Gear as 2015:
Ibanez PGM401
Music Man JP6 (for sale)
Music Man Axis (for sale)
Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster
Ibanez EW Acoustic Steel string
Crappy Cort Acoustic 12-string
NI Rig Kontrol 3 & Guitar Rig 5
#2
Well, what amp do you have, just to add perspective.
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#3
Peavey 5150, so I can't get good cleans anyway
Gear as 2015:
Ibanez PGM401
Music Man JP6 (for sale)
Music Man Axis (for sale)
Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster
Ibanez EW Acoustic Steel string
Crappy Cort Acoustic 12-string
NI Rig Kontrol 3 & Guitar Rig 5
#4
I recommend DiMarzios!
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#5
A nice pair of high-output DiMarzios would work well. I've heard that fitting EMGs and a battery into S-series guitars is usually a pain in the ass anyway.
Ibanez RGA121 | ESP LTD H-1000
Axe-FX Standard
#6
dimarzio's! John Petrucci uses them. Steve's Special is the name of the pup I think.
But what do I know?!?!?!