#1
both humbuckers. need a versatile combination for blues, hardcore punk, rock, and metal. help? limit is 200 bucks.

EDIT: i prefer passives.
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#3
59 and a jb
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#4
ya EMG 81 85
or dizmario super distortions like $99 each and passive they give a Kiss ace frehley sound
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#5
Duncan Custom, JB or Distortion.
they have the Distortion set, for neck and bridge. also, the Hot Rodded Humbucker set, JB/Jazzn combo. you can't go wrong with either of these.
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#6
The JB-59 combination is universal.
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#7
Another vote on the JB-59 combo, the best team of pickups for versatility.
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