#1
Aiming for a garage and hard rock sound
In a few weeks time I plan on buying myself an Epi Sheraton II and got a Roland Cube 60 amp
Was thinking bout getting Burstbuckers
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#2
Gibson pickups are overpriced. Look at something else. DiMarzio, Seymour Duncan, others.

And you haven't even got the guitar or the amp yet. So don't bother until you don't like the sound.
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#3
right now I got Seymour Duncan SH-4 and '59's in my LP
should i switch em?
Already have the amp and been using a borrowed Dot for a while now
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#4
Either way, there won't be a major sound difference with your current amp. Have you thought about getting a Dot instead and a 5w tube amp?
#5
Leave the stocks in, you're not going to get $150 of improvement from pickups with a cube.
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#6
He's right. You won't notice a huge difference in sound for the money.
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