#1
I own a Jackson Pro Series DK2M Dinky

Currently its just stock:

Bridge Pickup Seymour Duncan JB TB4 Humbucking Pickup
Middle Pickup N/A
Neck Pickup Seymour Duncan Jazz SH2N Humbucking Pickup

Was looking for advice on whether or not new pups are worth the money

Im playing through a Spider 3 Line 6 amp

I play metal/rock, from Megadeth to Children of Bodom

any advice getting new pick ups would be nice
#2
You wouldn't get an appreciable difference in tone playing through your current amp - amp first - then fine tune with pickups.
#3
the pick ups in your guitar right now are great...why would you even think about new ones?
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#4
Upgrade the amp first, especially cause its a spider. You won't notice a big difference in tone with upgrading pickups contrary to popular belief with a beginner style amp. Not trying to come off harsh lol but thats just how it is man.
#5
those pickups are already good and versatile. the amp seems to be your concern.
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#6
+1

You already have decent enough pickups, if you don't like your sound then the amp is the problem.
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#8
the jazz and the jb are the staple of tone in the metal music industry... i think dave mustaine's kv1 jackson was equipped with those pickups - although i dont remember cuz it was 10 years ago...

i think RR used those pickups though...

+1 amp first then pups. if you play megadeth type music, i'd say go marshall
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