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    JimRayden
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    Re: A nice all-alone pup?

    Lots of ppl in the review said JB had too much highs.

    I also read that the '59b was pretty versatile, so I might go for that classy one. with a gold cover...

    <- Don't you just love that smiley It's like me selecting a pickup.

    By the way, is the Potentiometer-coil-splitting a good replacement for a tone pot?

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    Jimbo
    JimRayden
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    Last edited by JimRayden; 08-26-2004, 12:48 AM.

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  • texasguitarslinger
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    Jb

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    Re: A nice all-alone pup?

    I would've said something along the lines of a 59b or a JB would be a good lone pup for a guitar.

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  • JimRayden
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    Re: A nice all-alone pup?

    hmm... I'm between Alnico II pro humbucker and '59 bridge position...



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  • JimRayden
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    A nice all-alone pup?

    Sorry for making a new thread, but...

    I decided to go with 1 pickup on my guitar at first. I'll add more later on. What's the best Seynour Duncan pickup and in wich position for acoustic/overdrive playing? Possibly a humbucker with a coil split? I play blues, rock'n'roll and hard rock. Mainly rythm. The guitar body is alder. The fretboard is rosewood.

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    Jimbo
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