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If you had the choice, which pickup combination would you have in a new guitar, not one that you cur

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BodomBeachTerror  
4 Jan 2011 13:02 | Quote
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I would really like to try out p90's, especially on a hollow body
luthier  
4 Jan 2011 13:02 | Quote
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I'd like to know what the most popular combinations would be. Vote two or three times. But not all for the same answer.
EMB5490  
4 Jan 2011 13:21 | Quote
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i already have a hum-hum. So a p90 would be mine...
tinyskateboard  
4 Jan 2011 13:33 | Quote
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My votes:
1. 2 p90's
2. SSH. If I could only have one guitar I'd want SSH with the H splittable. My go to sound is Single Coil at the bridge or single at the neck. On second thoughts I'd like Single Humbucker Single.
luthier  
4 Jan 2011 13:38 | Quote
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That's a good one too... I meant to do a write in and thought I clicked it but apparently I didn't. I'll ost pics of my kramer with the wiring finished when I get it done. It has 3 jackson humbuckers with split coils.
nullnaught  
4 Jan 2011 13:43 | Quote
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what would an old gibson les paul have?
luthier  
4 Jan 2011 13:52 | Quote
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If by old u mean 50s then P90s, if you mean later then PAF humbuckers.
nullnaught  
4 Jan 2011 14:01 | Quote
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thanks
case211  
4 Jan 2011 14:04 | Quote
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I agree with BBT's full statement thingy. I'd love to have like an ES-355 Dot in Red with a couple of P90s in it for that different look and sound. And I would love to play Johnny B. Goode at the Enchantment under the sea dance one day.
league  
4 Jan 2011 14:06 | Quote
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Hum sing hum on a Charvel then I could use it for blues, rock, and Metal
luthier  
4 Jan 2011 14:11 | Quote
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I'm about to start working on a thin-body full hollow body with a single p90 in the neck position.
Domigan_Lefty  
4 Jan 2011 14:38 | Quote
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Since I have a HH and HSH (if I resolder the S)
I'd like to try a H (bridge) S (neck)
macandkanga  
4 Jan 2011 14:52 | Quote
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Hum Hum Hum with out of phase switching and coil taps. You could almost get any sound you want with this!
Guitarslinger124  
5 Jan 2011 13:57 | Quote
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Humbuckers all the way. But they have to be active.
Domigan_Lefty  
5 Jan 2011 16:45 | Quote
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I dislike active pickups because of the fact that they run on batteries. The way I use my guitar the batteries would fry out every day. 9-Volts are getting more expensive every day too.
case211  
5 Jan 2011 16:48 | Quote
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actually nine volts in active pickups will last a lot longer than you might think(unless you leave it plugged in ALL the time).
MoshZilla1016  
5 Jan 2011 17:00 | Quote
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Not to mention lots of guitars are going to a 2AA system. AA rechargables are reasonably priced.
Guitarslinger124  
6 Jan 2011 05:37 | Quote
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case211 says:
actually nine volts in active pickups will last a lot longer than you might think(unless you leave it plugged in ALL the time).


True, when using active pickups, make sure you unplug your guitar when not in use... Or your batteries will die awfully fast.


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