#1
Just got a new guitar, needing to switch out the pups (only thinking about the bridge for now.) I've got a peavey classic 30, and i want something with some real bite. I was thinking about just putting in a dimarzio evo from my old guitar in it temporarily, but that's not what i want. suggestions?

it's an ibanez s470, if that even matters.
#3
what's the difference between the SH-2 and SH-4?

edit- nvm. I guess i'll look into that combo, although i dunno how they'll work with the single coil i've got in the mid position. eh, i don't really like the sound of it when it mixes with the other two at the moment, so i'll probably enjoy some unexpected results.
#4
Dimarzio Norton, Dimarzio Breed, Duncan Custom 5.

For the love of god don't put the Evo in there.

Unless you intend to play "For the love of god", in which case it'll probably do ok...
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#5
^ +1, you don't really need hot pickups for classic rock and blues, if anything, you're better without them...
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