#1
I'm gonna be getting some Duncan pickups (JB for the bridge, 59 for the neck) and I'm putting them into an Epi G-400.

I was wondering if the pots that come stock on the G-400 will be good or if I should get new pots to get a better tone out of the pickups and if so what should I be looking for?

Thanks!
#2
i'd completely redo all the electronics along with new jack, pots, switches. They will make a difference, less hum as well. also i'd suggest those orange cap pots for your tone controls, VERY good.
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#8
i would change them... even on some expensive guitars, you can get better electronics, so i'd assume you could definitely upgrade the epiphone pots.
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