#3
I think Epiphone stock pickups are fantastic stock pickups anyway. Why change them? What kinda music do you play?

They're one of the few companies who actually make alright pickups for cheaper guitars.
#4
I think Epiphone stock pickups are fantastic stock pickups anyway. Why change them? What kinda music do you play?

They're one of the few companies who actually make alright pickups for cheaper guitars.



man i have a epiphone sg with standard pickups and they re greaaat
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#6
yeah, epi pickups arent that bad.
but generally you could replace em with a set of gibson pickups??
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#7
Quote by impeachpedro10
yeah, epi pickups arent that bad.
but generally you could replace em with a set of gibson pickups??



Gibson pickups tend to be horribly overpriced.
#8
One of my Epi LPs is currently in the shop getting a set of Toneriders from Dangleberry fitted.

Fair enough they're not well known but I have one of their Richwood guitars that has Toneriders and they're a lot nicer than stock Epi pickups.
Last edited by ChrisN at Aug 31, 2008,
#9
I really don't like Toneriders. I think they're muddy, but hey, that's only from hearing them and never playing them.

Let me know if they're better than stock though, if they are I might give 'em a shot.
Last edited by Les Paul Ell at Aug 31, 2008,
#10
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