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|1/2/2001 9:52 PM|
||stock humbucker, or G. Lynch Screamin' Demon|
I have a Jackson Dinky 2, with a Duncan Design HB102B-Bridge p/u. Thi sounds ok for what I am using it for, But I have a G. Lynch screamin demon laying around that i would consider using in it.
I am currently playing in 2 bands, both are on the heavy side of the fence, is it a good plan to use this p/u or should I acquire a Duncan Invader? I need the sound to be Chunky! yet clear when I stop palm muting. Any insite would be helpful, Thanks
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|1/3/2001 1:18 AM|
Give the 'demon' a try - can't harm!
If you like sitting on the heavier side of the fence try some EMG's (lots of fun)
I'd stay away from the Invader. Everyone I've ever spoken to who's had that pickup says they're muddy (never had one myself)
|1/4/2001 2:56 PM|
I was thinkin about the EMG 81, but i wanted to keep my original post small and concise. I just dont want to keep changin pickups every couple of months because i don't like the sound. I have the Screamin demon in and older guitar as a test run, just in case I didn't like it, but i really do. The Invader just seemed like another viable option. Thanks again.
|1/4/2001 6:33 PM|
I had the invader and it IS VERY MUDDY. Ive used many Seymor D. pickups and I like the Duncan JB or distortion pickup. If you have a les paul you could try the pearly gates as it will give a LP more bite.
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