#1
Basically I got myself a pair of Seymour Duncan APH-1s for my Les Paul. Obviously I have to remove the old ones but I wondered, instead of not using them, whether it would be a good idea to put them in my BC Rich mockingbird as a replacement for its Rockfield Mafia pups. I planning on using the BC Rich for hard rock/metal (think Motley Crue) and wondred if anyone had an opinion on how this would sound?
#2
the aph-1 is a mid output pickup. For metal you probably should be using a high output pickup but a mid will do.
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Basically I got myself a pair of Seymour Duncan APH-1s for my Les Paul. Obviously I have to remove the old ones but I wondered, instead of not using them, whether it would be a good idea to put them in my BC Rich mockingbird as a replacement for its Rockfield Mafia pups. I planning on using the BC Rich for hard rock/metal (think Motley Crue) and wondred if anyone had an opinion on how this would sound?


What kind of Les Paul do you have?

The Rockfield Mafias are decent pickups.
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#4
i have to say it,...


what amp do you have?


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#5
Not a great idea, they're not really what you want.
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