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i got a BC Rich warlock about a year and a half ago, i dont know if its the bronze version or not because it says bronze on it, but it has a single humbucker and im pretty sure the bronze has 2, but i could be wrong. but the problem is that when i play any note on any string anywhere at ANY pitch, i get a fluttering, phasing kind of sound, ive played it through about 5 different amps and its always the same, could this be just because of a crappy humbucker? or is it in the wiring? im planning on possibly taking out the original humbucker and putting in a dimebucker and, if i can buy one, a Michael Angelo Batio pickup, dont know what its called. would it be a better idea to install new humbuckers?
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that's 'casue it's a B.C. rich. just kidding, i have no clue
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that's 'casue it's a B.C. rich. just kidding, i have no clue


way to help him out...

anyway, it could b the wiring like u said, and if not, it could b a low quality p-up again, liek u said. but if u do replace it, the dimebucker doesnt have great reviews, get pretty much anything by dimarzio

oh i just realized, how new are the strings? old strings can do sum odd things
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way to help him out...

anyway, it could b the wiring like u said, and if not, it could b a low quality p-up again, liek u said. but if u do replace it, the dimebucker doesnt have great reviews, get pretty much anything by dimarzio

oh i just realized, how new are the strings? old strings can do sum odd things



Or Seymour Duncans. Dimarzio are generally better but will cost you more.