#1
wot pickup would go well with a Dimebucker?
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#2
Well.. as far as i know the dimebucker is very bright so i would those a darker sounding pickup.... if you use the dime in bridge a emg, i think will be good at the neck position
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#4
coz it sounded amazing we i tried a friends
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#5
what are your amp settings?

and if anyone is asking it is to see what type of tone he has going for him
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#6
whatever, get whatever pickup you want, i told you the facts (dime never used the dimebucker for one, and they are very, very harsh, and not good harsh either) and you make your own choice, its your money not mine
#7
Quote by Ghold125
what are your amp settings?

and if anyone is asking it is to see what type of tone he has going for him


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tr: 8
mi: 7
ba: 4
gain: 10
other one tht says gain: 10

but i use my digitch rp90 for distortion mostly.


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whatever, get whatever pickup you want, i told you the facts (dime never used the dimebucker for one, and they are very, very harsh, and not good harsh either) and you make your own choice, its your money not mine



i never said he did.
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#8
Wait...did i miss something

You use all your gain turned to 10, and add extra distortion in front of the amp!?!?
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#9
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Wait...did i miss something

You use all your gain turned to 10, and add extra distortion in front of the amp!?!?


that's what i first thought, thats a little ridiculous...
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#10
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that's what i first thought, thats a little ridiculous...



sorry should of made tht clearer. thts wot i used to use. now my amps just at a clean tone and i use my pedal for distortion. sorry.
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#12
What kind of tone do you want from your neck? Do you want it to be good for leads or will it just be for rythem? Do you need it to match the output of a dimebucker or is a volume drop ok? Do you ever play clean?
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#13
dont like the Dimebucker. but that would go well with a 59 or Jazz, imo.
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