#1
well im getting ready to change my pickups.. and head that the dimarzio x2n has a pretty sweet sound, the only knowing artist that used that pickup is chuck schuldiner from death and what a i could hear is just awesome... well that my question, what do you guys think about that the dimarzio x2n and if that pickup would be good for metal?
#2
At the risk of sounding trite, what's your amp? Amp > pickups when it comes to tone.

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#4
Once again at the risk of sounding trite, you should invest in a new amp. It will do wonders for your tone. If you're dead-set on the pickup though, at least try a guitar with one through your current setup to see what it's like.

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#5
I have one in an Les Paul knock-off. It is great for shred/lead metal, but is way to bright/trebly for rhythm IMO.
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#7
New amp, please.
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