#1
I wonder wha kinda seymours i would want for a more lead guitar/solo usage
since i find most ppl say r rythem types? I play drop C metal

i was thinkin a either for bridge a 6 or 8, n if 6 a 4 neck...not sure wha would match well with 8 besides another 8
#2
Probably a Distortion in the bridge, or a Dimarzo D-Sonic. For the neck Duncan Jazz or DImarzio Breed.
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#3
Invader in the bridge and Distortion in the Neck is my suggestion. I like that set up
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#4
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Probably a Distortion in the bridge, or a Dimarzo D-Sonic. For the neck Duncan Jazz or DImarzio Breed.


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#5
which is better now

invader + SH-2
SH-6 + SH-2
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#6
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which is better now

invader + SH-2
SH-6 + SH-2

Not the invader
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#9
Quote by steven seagull
Probably a Distortion in the bridge, or a Dimarzo D-Sonic. For the neck Duncan Jazz or DImarzio Breed.

you sure these pickups (especially duncan jazz or dimarzio breed) can be used for drop C tuning?
you tried this before?
#10
The Distortion leans towards the treble side of things so it copes well with lower tunings, the D-Sonic was specifically designed with dropped tunings in mind. The Breed is IMO the best match for the D-Sonic, likewise the Jazz is arguably the best bet for a more progressive sound in the neck, along with the Full Shred. As far as the neck pickup goes when you're tuning that low you're going to spend more time playing distorted using the bridge pickup anyway. You'll be relying on the neck pickup more for your clean and lower gain tones.
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