#1
Im thinking about getting a Seymour Duncan SH4-JB and SH-2n Jazz model for my Epiphone Les Paul 100. Is it worth it (about 120 bucks), and will it make it sounds any better than the factory pickups? Advice is much appreciated
#2
it will mkae it sound better, but its not worth it.
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#3
It will make your guitar sound better. But only do it if your willing to dish out the money and are gonna stick with the guitar for a bit.
#4
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It will make your guitar sound better. But only do it if your willing to dish out the money and are gonna stick with the guitar for a bit.


The moneys not the problem, and yes i am gonna stick with it, not planning on getting another electric for 6-12 months,
#5
it's not worth it. i think it's better to buy a new guitar.
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