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  • What are differences between Twangbanger and Quarterpound?

    I've decided on APS-1's for neck and mid. Tell me about these 2 for the bridge.

    For alder with maple neck/fretboard.
    SoCalSteve
    Ultimate Tone Slacker
    Last edited by SoCalSteve; 07-14-2004, 03:02 PM. Reason: alder not poplar,duh
    Seymour Duncans I've owned: Dimebucker, '59n, '59b, PG+n, JB, Phat Cat, PGn, Custom, Seth Lover, '78.

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    Re: What are differences between Twangbanger and Quarterpound?

    The Twangbanger looks like a better match - it's got Alnico 2 mags, like the APS, and there are several people here who already like that combo.
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    • #3
      Re: What are differences between Twangbanger and Quarterpound?

      If you want a nice, tele style sound from your bridge pickup, go for the twangbanger. If you want a big, fat, high output single coil sound from your bridge position with enough punch to hang with hot humbuckers, go with the QP. Personally, I really like the Twangbanger with the APS neck and middle in an ash strat with a maple neck.
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        Re: What are differences between Twangbanger and Quarterpound?

        Thanks, guys. Do you recommend wiring the Twangbanger to the tone control or leave it like stock strat setup?
        Seymour Duncans I've owned: Dimebucker, '59n, '59b, PG+n, JB, Phat Cat, PGn, Custom, Seth Lover, '78.

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          Re: What are differences between Twangbanger and Quarterpound?

          I wire my bridge pup for tone whenever I can... actually, I jump the mid and bridge lugs on the switch.
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            Re: What are differences between Twangbanger and Quarterpound?

            I always try to have a seperate tone control for a strat's bridge pickup. It gives me more control over what often times is an overly bright sound.
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