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|18th June 2004, 09:10 AM||#1|
a new pickup
i was wondering, can i simply connect another pickup instead of my current one, if they are similar in impedance?
is it worth it?
i have a slammer by hamer wg-1, and it sound very well for a 350$ guitar.
yet, its a 350$ guitar.
now, i ask if its possible to replace the pickups, with a better sounding ones, and how much do i need to spend so it will sound like a 1000$ guitar's pickup.
is the body the main cost, or the pickups?
hope i didnt drive u nuts with my questions.
thx in advance.
|18th June 2004, 02:44 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Brighton UK
Things can be improved with better pickups for these types of
guitars, especially if the voicing of the pickups is not to your taste.
$1000+ performance is a very moot point, depends on a lot of things.
A full overhaul, set up and fret dress of the guitar will improve
its playability and tuning accuracy over the full fretboard.
Sky pickups designed by Kent Armstrong are good value.
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