#1
Whats a good set of active emg's that're h/s/s. And also, can emg pickups and sd blackouts be mixed?
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#2
I think they might be interchangeable between each other so it be possible to mix them up.
#3
Any more help?
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#4
H/S/S there is the Steve Lukather sig set, prewired to a splate, and i beleive one of the Kirk Hammet sets is H/S/S...dont quote me on that!

And SDs and EMGs SHOULD be compatible, as long as the pots are of the same value and theyre both active, as A/P does not work.

Hope that helped

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#5
I like the 89/SA/SA set. My old teacher had it and sounded great (also consider that he was playing through a Mesa Mark IV, so the amp also helps).
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#6
They're going in an old dean, H/S/S and will be running into a SansAmpGT2 into a Fender Bassman.
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#7
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You can have active and passive pickups in a guitar.. My guitar teacher uses that configuration on 3 of his guitars...


Its a huge pain in the ass to do though, if I recall
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