#1
les paul studio Got it, love it.

the neck pickup is sex, the bridge pickup is a little too mello tho, I need somthing that will PWN the distortion (think satch), any one know any good dimarzio's to drop in there? (high output of course)

EDIT: I was mabye thinking about the X2N?
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#2
What kinda music you looking to play? metal i assume?
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#4
joe satriani is what I said, and mabye some other metal

EDIT: sorry, no active pups, because the neck is passive, and I just dont want to deal with that whole active passive problem.
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#5
Woot Studio, umm you could try the Zebra 3 off a BFG.
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#6
X2N is what you want if you're going for Chuck Schuldiner..not satch. Try a Tone Zone or Air Norton
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#7
I think im going for the fred, or the tone zone
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#8
I'm thinking about a Fred also if you get one let me know what you think.
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#9
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I think im going for the fred, or the tone zone

Tone Zone will be too full on in a hefty mahogany Les Paul, the Norton (not the Air Norton) would be a much better choice.
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#10
ahh, I see. What about the fred? (im looking at the norton right now)
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Carvin DC-145

Fender Champion 600

Weeping Demon Wah
Metal Muff
Blues Driver


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#11
Norton or Super Distortion
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#12
i think you're confusing the pickups? cause the bridge one is the louder more rock one nad the neck is more mellow. and dude, don't go swapping pickups in a LP, especially since u just got it, it ruins the guitar. play it and you'll grow to like it.
#13
naw, I really like the neck its very mellow, and the bridge is nice too. The only thing is Im used to having a much more high output, pickup in the bridge for metal, and whenever I get my distortion on it lacks. thats why Im changing it

EDIT: I think im getting the fred, on monday.

EDIT: I forgot to update, but after playing alot in the shop I got a metal muff
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Gibson Classic White Les Paul Studio
Carvin DC-145

Fender Champion 600

Weeping Demon Wah
Metal Muff
Blues Driver


Member 6 of the CARVIN CLUB!!

Ibanez S320 Budget:
0/500usd
Last edited by Oblivian at Sep 4, 2008,