#1
hey there!!I have some doubts about some accessories!! adn instead of making several threads i choose to make one big thread!!!

1- im looking for a good delay pedal im was wondering what is the difference between the boss dd-6 and boss-7!! i know that the dd-7 has a lot more delay time and about 40s in hold mode (dd-6 only has like 5.2s) but whats the difference in the sound?

2- i have an epi les paul standard and my bridge pickups has a very weak sound and im
thinking in change that pickup but i need some advice on what pickup to buy (i play mostly gnr, ac/dc, led zeppelin hardrock/blues stuff but i tend to play metal some times not many)

3- whats the difference between low medium and high output pickups?

4- the speaker seems weak too (its a blue marvel) im thinking of changing it too for what i play whats the best speaker i was thinking in a celestion vintage but i dont know nothing about speakers
5-finaly the last one in terms of improving my sound whats the most important change the speaker or the pickups change??

thank you very much and sorry for my lame english
My rig:::::
Epiphone les paul standard
Peavey classic 30
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Boss DD-7
Metal Muff
Last edited by l0rdpt at May 15, 2008,
#2
2 - your pickup should be fine for that sort of music, what do you mean by weak? not enough sustain? low volume?
"Sit your ass down in that f@%$ing chair and drink your GODAMN TEA!!" - Cid, FFVII

Gear:
Gibson Les Paul Standard (trans amber, 60s neck)
USA Fender Strat
Westfield acoustic
Washburn 12-string acoustic
Encore bass
Aria acoustic bass
#3
2- I changed the pickup in my les paul to a Seymour Duncan SH-5 and its AMAZING

4- I suggest some Celestion V30's or Greenbacks. they are expensive but awesome
#4
1- There is no difference, the DD-7 just has more memory

2- rockmonkeyguitars.com
You can't go wrong with hand wound pickups. Email the guy.. he's a member on this site and will be able to find a perfect pickup for you.

3- Low output = low gain
Medium output = medium gain
High output = high gain

4- Since you don't know nothing about speakers, you clearly know something

5- I'd say speakers over pickups, but it's up to individual preference.

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#5
Quote by fretblaze
2 - your pickup should be fine for that sort of music, what do you mean by weak? not enough sustain? low volume?


thats it...the pickup doesnt have enough sustain!!!!!!!!
My rig:::::
Epiphone les paul standard
Peavey classic 30
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Boss DD-7
Metal Muff
#6
does anyone have more opinions!!
is this a good pickup for the stuff i play?
My rig:::::
Epiphone les paul standard
Peavey classic 30
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Boss DD-7
Metal Muff
#7
bump....
My rig:::::
Epiphone les paul standard
Peavey classic 30
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Boss DD-7
Metal Muff
#8
anyone...lol
My rig:::::
Epiphone les paul standard
Peavey classic 30
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Crybaby 535Q
Boss DD-7
Metal Muff
#9
1. dd7
2. seymour duncan pickups
3. has been answered already and im a lazy **** so i dont think im gonna write it again haha
4. didnt wanna leave anything blank, so i decided to write random **** on this question..
5. the speakers make a bigger difference