#1
Hi all!
I was wondering...
I have a Harley Benton HBS580WR, alder body and bolt-on maple neck with rosewood fretboard. I'm thinking change the PUs : Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB for bridge and a SH-1 '59 for neck , or a Seymour Duncan SSPH90-1B. But my question is : if I put the pair JB/'59 could I cover them with this ??


I really would like to know... Waiting for aswers, Cheers!!
#3
not worth it. Get a better guitar before you put those pickups in. It's also not as easy as popping the chrome covers onto the pickups, there's actually a whole process of installing the covers to the pickups. Personally, it's a pain in the ass just to have the cool look of chrome on your guitar. Seriously though, save up for a better guitar then if you still want too, swap ou t the pickups then.
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Fender Am. Standard Stratocaster
Gibson SG Special Faded
Fender Hot Rod Deville 410
Visual Sound Jekyll & Hyde
Boss DD-20 Delay
Boss Chorus
Dunlop Cry Baby
Planet Waves Pedal Tuner
E-Bow
#4
well... I was going to buy this babe, but I start thinking if is it worth it to buy better PUs for my harley benton (not as bad as many of you can think) and save money...
Of course I don't want to compare a harley benton with a schecter xD but the schecter is expensive...
#5
you get what you pay for, and you could put original P.A.F.'s in that harley benton and it still wouldn't sound that great. Trust me, i've seen a few of these at the guitar shop I used to work at. Save up for the schecter.
My Gear:
Fender Am. Standard Stratocaster
Gibson SG Special Faded
Fender Hot Rod Deville 410
Visual Sound Jekyll & Hyde
Boss DD-20 Delay
Boss Chorus
Dunlop Cry Baby
Planet Waves Pedal Tuner
E-Bow