#1
i know if i asked what the best neck pickup would be
all these peepz would say emg 85 or 60 or wtvrz

i think duncan makes the best passive pickups because their focus is on tone rather than output.
so which of the duncan pickups would go best with my duncan invader(bridge)?
i usually play metal, hard rock on this particular guitar
#3
I have a '59 and it's really round and bassy sounding, clean it sounds very warm and distorted it's a little too thick and bassy, it's not nearly as clear and defined as my JB (not that it's a bad pickup at all, it's just outshined by the JB because the JB is such an amazing pickup) I've never played a Jazz so I don't know if it would suit you better or not.
#4
Jazz or '59 are good, but i prefer the Alnico Pro II (APH1). Warmer, and yet less muddy. AND splittable.
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#5
Quote by rayunit
think duncan makes the best passive pickups because their focus is on tone rather than output.

so which of the duncan pickups would go best with my duncan invader(bridge)?
i usually play metal, hard rock on this particular guitar


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#6
Um yeah. The Invader is a super high output pickup bud. I'd say a Jazz, I have one of them on my Jackson and that thing is so articulate and sweet. Love it.

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#7
anyone tried blackouts.
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#8
Yeah, i love the Jazz in the neck. Haven't tried Blackouts, but i've only heard good things about them. And they're active btw, i think the TS wants a passive pickup.
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#9
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Jazz or '59 are good, but i prefer the Alnico Pro II (APH1). Warmer, and yet less muddy. AND splittable.


Isn't the Jazz also splittable? While we at it, is there any SD humbucker that can't be split?
I'm having the Hot rodded set SH-4 JB + Jazz SH-2 thinking to mod with split switch.
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#10
isn't the seth lover 2 conductor? don't think it can be split...
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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