#1
Jackson stock pups are designed for metal right?
If I got a pair of Seymour Duncans (Either a pair of zebras, or a 59 in neck and a JB SH-4 in bridge), it would make the tone more versatile and mellow right? By doing so, would I damage the guitar in any way?

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#2
Nope, changing the pick ups in your guitar will not harm it.
Last edited by ScarifiedIbanez at Nov 14, 2008,
#3
No, it would just change the tone, you might damage the guitar if you attempt to change them yourself when you don't know what your doing, if you do know what you're doing then you're fine.
#4
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Jackson stock pups are designed for metal right?
If I got a pair of Seymour Duncans (Either a pair of zebras, or a 59 in neck and a JB SH-4 in bridge), it would make the tone more versatile and mellow right? By doing so, would I damage the guitar in any way?

Thanks

Whether it makes much of a difference mainly depends on your amp, but no, a JB will NOT make your guitar "mellow"...the JB is a trebly, aggressive toned pickup aimed at lead playing, it'll be no different to the Jackson stock pickup in that respect...just louder, clearer, more focussed and treblier.

And "zebra" just refers to the colour of a pickup, it's got nothing to do with the sound.
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#6
no lol
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