#1
Hey I have an Epi SG G-400 and im gonna put a new bridge pickup in it... any suggestions? I play alot of blues/rock and am looking for a smooth, slightly rude tone.

Ive been looking into seymour duncans such as alcino II Pros and "Pearly Gates" Pickups... any recomendations??

Thanks all!
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My gear:
Epiphone SG G-400
Takamine Jamsine Acoustic
VOX AD15VT
Digitech RP50
VOX Wah Pedal
Last edited by SGuitarist33 at Apr 22, 2008,
#2
swineshead i'd say. warthog probably, look at the condor and venom too though
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Quote by SGuitarist33
Hey I have an Epi SG G-400 and im gonna put a new bridge pickup in it... any suggestions? I play alot of blues/rock and am looking for a smooth, slightly rude tone.

Ive been looking into seymour duncans such as alcino II Pros and "Pearly Gates" Pickups... any recomendations??

Thanks all!

Yup, Pearly Gates all the way based on that description.
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#4
Pearly gates.
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