#1
I have a new ltd m 200 fm guitar with 2 emg 81 pickups and has been recently setup. I bought off ebay. Would this be a good guitar for playing rythm or is this better for lead playing.
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Maybe you should have found this out before you bought it...
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its decent for both actually well rounded guitar but 2 81 s would have a hier pitch tone so id say lead
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a guitar with 2 81's is what Judas Priest use, if you look for that kind of sound, but yeah its good for lead and rhythm.
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its decent for both actually well rounded guitar but 2 81 s would have a hier pitch tone so id say lead


A higher pitch? Umm, dude, that would mean all the notes are higher on an 81. What you mean is the EQ is gonna have more treble.

And an 81/81 setup is great for lead, good for rhythm but IMO you'll have to struggle to get a nice clean sound out of them. You can get it with the 85, 60, or 89 easy, but you have to mess with the 81 a bit.
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What would 2 60's sound like o_o
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