#1
Ok well, i'm hoping to replace my pickups, ifIevergetenoughmoney.

So I need some suggestions.

I'm probably going for either Duncans or EMG's.

I like to play with distortion, but being able to have non-crappy clean sounds would be nice too. So I basically play from rock-metal.

I'd prefer to have 2 that come in a set, since it's cheaper, but whatever you suggest is fine.
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#2
Dimarzio Breeds or SD Jazz or '59 in the neck with a SD JB, Custom, Custom Custom, or Distortion in the bridge.
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#3
Alright... good disto, and non crappy cleans.
Erm... Maybe have a lower output pickup in the neck position (SD Seth Lover?), and something hot like an X2N or some other hot pickup.
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#4
Quote by strings.of.fury
Ok well, i'm hoping to replace my pickups, ifIevergetenoughmoney.

So I need some suggestions.

I'm probably going for either Duncans or EMG's.

I like to play with distortion, but being able to have non-crappy clean sounds would be nice too. So I basically play from rock-metal.

I'd prefer to have 2 that come in a set, since it's cheaper, but whatever you suggest is fine.

If money's an issue then save up for an amp, not pickups - you're not going to get much bang for your buck from a pickup change with your current setup.
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#5
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If money's an issue then save up for an amp, not pickups - you're not going to get much bang for your buck from a pickup change with your current setup.

+1 my thoughts exactly.
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#7
Emg 81-60 ALWAYS works
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#8
Well, the pickups I have are factory standard, which aren't very good, and they don't pick up high notes like they should/would like them too. Like when I do tapping, it just doesn't pickup very good. So if I get a new amp besides, i'll end up getting new pickups anyway, and i'd like to buy what's not-so-expensive first.
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#9
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Well, the pickups I have are factory standard, which aren't very good, and they don't pick up high notes like they should/would like them too. Like when I do tapping, it just doesn't pickup very good. So if I get a new amp besides, i'll end up getting new pickups anyway, and i'd like to buy what's not-so-expensive first.

Try adjusting the height of the pickup.
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