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  • rspst14
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    Re: versatility

    Blues Trembucker...if only Duncan made a standard-spaced, standard polepiece version of this pickup for hardtail guitars. In fact, I love that pickup so much that I'm going to have the custom shop make me a standard-spaced, standard polepiece version with a cover.

    Ryan

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  • edi_87
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    jb

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  • 59paul
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    Yep, JB or 59B .. The JB will be a little hotter, the 59B more of a Vintage vibe. Both great.

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  • scooter
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    Re: versatility

    Originally posted by JOLLY
    It's hard to go wrong with a 59 for any style of music.
    When I saw the topic of this thread the 59 entered my mind immediately. As Jolly said you can cover anything. I would also say that the JB is a close 2nd in my opinion.

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  • JOLLY
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    It's hard to go wrong with a 59 for any style of music.

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  • Stevo
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    Re: versatility

    If you want versatility, I recommend a lower output pickup.
    The Seth Lover is great for many styles. It has a pure output that sounds great clean and it sounds great distorted too. I have a hard time getting decent clean tones from the higher output pickups. I also depend on the amp for power, not the pickup.

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  • Dooogz
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    I'd say the Jb was the most recommended pickup on here, infact i have one myself, yeah id say its quite versatile, i guess .

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  • beni
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    versatility

    im looking for a versatile bridge pickup. i hear good things about the jb. what do you think?
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