#1
Hello.
What model of humbuckers would give me really heavy and "fat" sound ?
Poor polish guitar player.
#2
Gibson Dirty Fingers or seymour Duncan JBs are good
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#3
seymour duncan blackouts

or did you have a preference for active or passive?
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#4
I got a Gib dirty fingers in the bridge of my SG. Its a pretty fat sound. Lots of tone to them. They can get pretty gritty. I love them.
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#5
I'm green in guitar constructing. Can I install both seymour Duncan JBs and Gibson Dirty fingers ?
I'm currently trying to construct flying V guitar.
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#6
You CAN, but the question is whether it is a good idea.

Generally, you want to have one pickup that is a high-gain hotrod pickup, like the JB and the Dirty Fingers, and another one that is more moderate and versatile.