#1
I'm looking for some pickups for my Les Paul to get that warm smooth Slash tone.
Are Seymour Duncan Alnico pro two's any good? I'm going to be running my Les Paul through a Marshall Vintage Modern Half stack.
#2
Those sound pretty good, because slash often uses Alnico II's. I also might be wrong, but i think he MIGHT use Seymour Duncan alot too. Not really sure on that, although it's probably a good call.
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I'm looking for some pickups for my Les Paul to get that warm smooth Slash tone.
Are Seymour Duncan Alnico pro two's any good? I'm going to be running my Les Paul through a Marshall Vintage Modern Half stack.


That is Slash's setup EXACTLY. Except for a Wah.
#5
All three Slash Les Paul models come with Duncan Alnico Pro IIs, if that's any indication.
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Thanks fer settin me straight on that Justice

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I was thinking that too, Justice usually seems like a pretty knowledgeable guy.
#6
Slash uses Alnico II Pros.
it would be good for what you want.
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