#1
So i'm getting a new bridge bucker for my strat so wich would be best? it has to be a duncan cos the local shop only sells duncans..

I play Hard rock and metal on the bridge bucker and Only passive pups please
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#2
the jb
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#4
Quote by Øttər
What about a coolrails? For heavy rock and stuff...?

i dont know i was looking at the full shred Hows that one?
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#5
Quote by hans the lefty
the jb


A jb it is gonna be The tb-4 to be precise
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#6
hotrail is awesome, get it tapped also so you dont loose your nice single coil sound
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#7
I'd stay away from the JB unless you want insane treble and nothing else. If you're stuck on Seymour Duncan, look at the Custom or Distortion models.
#8
cmon whats everybodys problem with the jb
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morley p wah
behringer pb1000
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#9
Quote by CEREBRAL-INFERN
hotrail is awesome, get it tapped also so you dont loose your nice single coil sound


Its an hss strat and im only replacing the bucker for know
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#10
Why not a PAF copy? Duncan '59 or Pearly Gates.
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#12
Quote by ESP_Shreder
how about the dimebucker?

way too muddy IMO.

Quote by hans the lefty
cmon whats everybodys problem with the jb

I don't have a problem with the JB, I'm just saying it's really high-end heavy and makes most guitars sound ear-piercingly bright. if you like that than get a JB.
#13
if anything it has more mids than trebles
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hamer xt sunburst qt
epiphone g400
peavey vk212
morley p wah
behringer pb1000
dige bm
big muff ny
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£8.50/58fund for a ROCKTRON HUSH SUPER C PEDAL
#14
Quote by hans the lefty
cmon whats everybodys problem with the jb
No idea, its one of my favorite passive bridge pickups

Very full and punchy with lots of attack. When I finally get a strat, I'd like to try the single sized version.
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#16
i assume you're talking SSS? hotrails in bride, alnicoII middle, pearly gates neck
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#17
im talking hss
and only replacing bridge pay attention
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