#1
A nice clear sounding F-Spaced humbucker. Low output and flat eq preferably but I don't really care. I just need some options to look at so recommend me whatever you like and I'll see if I like it. Cheers!

Oh yeah, and I'm not a rich man so less than £100 please. I only need a bridge pickup.
#2
bud check out emg pick ups people always are saying that emg is only for metal thats rubish emg is the best all round pick up thats why stienberg use them in all there guitars even blues models , active are the best but if you not in mood to do a bit of d.i.y they have brill passive ones 2
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Quote by metal-master666
bud check out emg pick ups people always are saying that emg is only for metal thats rubish emg is the best all round pick up thats why stienberg use them in all there guitars even blues models , active are the best but if you not in mood to do a bit of d.i.y they have brill passive ones 2


Hmm. A bit of D.I.Y is fine as I've built the guitar myself so far, a tiny bit more won't hurt. But aren't EMG's pretty loud and good for distortion?
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Quote by Les Paul Ell
Hmm. A bit of D.I.Y is fine as I've built the guitar myself so far, a tiny bit more won't hurt. But aren't EMG's pretty loud and good for distortion?


There are high and low output. I wouldn't recommend putting in an 81 for example, it's built for active power.

A 91 might be closer to the mark, but EMGs are often criticised for sounding sterile - some low output Seymour Duncans could be what you're looking for. Quite a few in that range deliver some really nice warm sounds.

What music do you want to play?
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Quote by Les Paul Ell
A nice clear sounding F-Spaced humbucker. Low output and flat eq preferably but I don't really care. I just need some options to look at so recommend me whatever you like and I'll see if I like it. Cheers!

Oh yeah, and I'm not a rich man so less than £100 please. I only need a bridge pickup.

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#6
Go to the electric guitar forum

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Seymour duncans for vintage sound & Dimarzio for modern sound.

I know for certain Dimarzio has (good) F spaced buckers. Seymour prolly has as well.

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Quote by Les Paul Ell
Hmm. A bit of D.I.Y is fine as I've built the guitar myself so far, a tiny bit more won't hurt. But aren't EMG's pretty loud and good for distortion?


they are but like some one else said the 81 isnt for you its noo high try the 91 with an 85 neck
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Quote by metal-master666
bud check out emg pick ups people always are saying that emg is only for metal thats rubish emg is the best all round pick up thats why stienberg use them in all there guitars even blues models , active are the best but if you not in mood to do a bit of d.i.y they have brill passive ones 2



Look at Bareknuckles.
#9
okay...if you want a good all around pickup...you DONT get an EMG.
really, lets be a little realistic, maybe a 91 would do better, but active pickups are NOT versatile. they just arent.
look at Seymour duncan, maybe an SH-4 JB.

...come on guys, EMGs?
#10
he right do if you looking for that bit more versatility try the seymour duncan range and bare knuckle
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that'd be worth a look, also bareknuckle, bulldog, swineshead, etc. etc.
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