#1
Regarding the sustainer, I was wondering if they had a set for a dual humbucker style guitar.
I thought they did, but someone told me they didn't, and I wanna confirm.
I'd like to get myself one for my 16th birthday, so is there any store that actually has them in stock as well? And what would the average price be? (All for the possibly non-existant dual humbucker stlye)
Thanks!
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#2
presumable the humbucker one works with another humbucker o_0
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#4
imho i don't think it exists.
just get the sustainer for neck pickup and something else for the bridge.
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#5
Well, in all eventuality, I may just end up using the current bridge humbucker...
But I would have liked to get a full set, just to keep the sound closer to what it's supposed to be.
Still, do stores like Guitar Center have them in stock per chance?
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#6
Any bridge pickup works with them. There is no pair, its just what pickup suits your sound to go along with it.
#7
oooh.

i see. they dont do bridge pups, the sustainer feature only works in the neck position.
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#8
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oooh.

i see. they dont do bridge pups, the sustainer feature only works in the neck position.



Exactlyyyy, and comes in both humbucker and single coil depending on your needs.