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    who really cares
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    Re: Emg 60 = ???

    Originally posted by wasteofo2
    You know you can mix passive/active pickups if you have independent tone/volume controls for the 2 pickups. I just don't see a point in looking for the "criteria X equivalent" of any sort of pickup when it's possible to get the original pickup.
    but when you select the passive pickup you have to patch the bridge ground wire in, cause it can't be used with active pups

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  • wasteofo2
    Oxygen-Enriched Tonologist

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    Re: Emg 60 = ???

    You know you can mix passive/active pickups if you have independent tone/volume controls for the 2 pickups. I just don't see a point in looking for the "criteria X equivalent" of any sort of pickup when it's possible to get the original pickup.

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  • TattooedCarrot
    Mojo's Minions

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    Re: Emg 60 = ???

    Having used several of both, I think the EMG 60 closest resembles the Jazz.

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  • who really cares
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    Re: Emg 60 = ???

    Originally posted by dystrust
    There really isn't a passive equivalent to the EMG-60. The closest I know of is the Duncan Jazz.
    neck or bridge? i've wondered about this as well

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  • dystrust
    Mojo's Minions

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    There really isn't a passive equivalent to the EMG-60. The closest I know of is the Duncan Jazz.

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  • Metalman_666
    Ultimate Tone Slacker

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    started a topic Emg 60 = ???

    Emg 60 = ???

    What exactly is the passive equivalent of the EMG 60 active pup? And who makes it? I can only pray its SD lol
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