#1
I own a jackson (dont know the model number and i cant find anything about it online...) and it has a GFS 59 in the neck and an SD invader in the bridge, the invader is good but it seems a little too muddy for my tastes, any suggestions for a change?

p.s. i play instrumental, fuzion, metal,shred etc..
#2
Quote by chrismasinjuly
I own a jackson (dont know the model number and i cant find anything about it online...) and it has a GFS 59 in the neck and an SD invader in the bridge, the invader is good but it seems a little too muddy for my tastes, any suggestions for a change?

p.s. i play instrumental, fuzion, metal,shred etc..


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#4
Why do people get such muddy sounds from their Invaders? I must have gotten lucky because mine is rather trebly. I love my SH-8.
#5
Quote by poguemahone805
Why do people get such muddy sounds from their Invaders? I must have gotten lucky because mine is rather trebly. I love my SH-8.
mine sounds great also.
Last edited by mmjohn at Jul 11, 2008,
#6
i meant when its clean its muddy.** but yeah they are very trebly, and sound great distorted but clean its seems like its dull.
#7
Quote by chrismasinjuly
I own a jackson (dont know the model number and i cant find anything about it online...) and it has a GFS 59 in the neck and an SD invader in the bridge, the invader is good but it seems a little too muddy for my tastes, any suggestions for a change?

p.s. i play instrumental, fuzion, metal,shred etc..


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