#1
So I've been interested in the SH-5 / SH-6 (They sound pretty similar, well.. different, but similar enough. )
Anyways, and then the L-500XL hit me, it's supposedly very good, but I don't know anything about it.
I like tones that have tight bass, and hard "punches" when palm muted.

What do you guys think is better? The L-500XL or SH-5/SH-6.
I'm going to change my Seymour Duncans JB's out pretty soon, I don't like it. It's kind of muddy in drop tunings. Also, a little too bassy for me.
#2
i swear by the L-500XL, i love them for any genre
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#5
Is the dimebucker same as the Bill Lawrence? I just bought a Razorback so Im just wondering..
#6
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Is the dimebucker same as the Bill Lawrence? I just bought a Razorback so Im just wondering..

nope. the dimebucker is a poor excuse for a pickup IMO.

You'd be better getting the Bill lawrence as that's what dime actually used.
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#8
Oh, another thing. Would the Bill Lawrence not mud up even in Drop tunings?
I was interested in the SH-5/SH-6 because they were made to handle drop tunings and beefy tones.
Would the Bill Lawrences still be better than the Seymour Duncans?
Thanks
#9
ya, BL ftw
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#10
I love my Bill Lawrence pickups. They're sublime.
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#12
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Oh, another thing. Would the Bill Lawrence not mud up even in Drop tunings?
I was interested in the SH-5/SH-6 because they were made to handle drop tunings and beefy tones.
Would the Bill Lawrences still be better than the Seymour Duncans?
Thanks


Bill Lawrences can handle drop tunings.