#1
Could I get a good clean sound on a Seymour Duncan Distortion and SD '59 on a Tremonti SE? Would I be able to play other genre other than rock ( e.g. Jazz, Funk)?
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-PRS Tremonti SE with SD SH-1 '59 (Neck) and SD Distortion (Bridge)

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#2
Maybe not jazz and funk...but everything else yes. Get single-coils for jazz and funk.
They're pretty clear pickups tho.
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#3
would I still be able to play jazz and funk through them?
-When you have eliminated all which is impossible,then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth

-PRS Tremonti SE with SD SH-1 '59 (Neck) and SD Distortion (Bridge)

-Schecter C-1 Elite

-Line 6 PODXT

-Floorboard
#4
possibly if you somehow can get a coil splitter in there.

if not... you'll either need a more classical setup or one hell of a good modeling amp/FX
#5
thanks
-When you have eliminated all which is impossible,then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth

-PRS Tremonti SE with SD SH-1 '59 (Neck) and SD Distortion (Bridge)

-Schecter C-1 Elite

-Line 6 PODXT

-Floorboard
#6
The 59 is no problem, but you might want to re-think the Distortion and get something a bit more versatile like the Custom 5. Also, series/parallel switching tends to give better results than coil splitting on a straight twin humbucker setup...splits win all the way if you have a middle single though.
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