seymour duncan for ltd mh100qmnt
the first, i dont speak english ,all you speak spanish?
the very well combination of seymour duncan humbuckers for ltd mh100 qmnt for blues,classic rock,country,pop, etc, bad no for heavy, no for metal?
1) '59nek and '59 bridge
2) '59neck and custom 5 bridge
3) '59bridge and jazz neck
4) custom5 bridge and jazz neck
5) '59 neck and jb bridge
please, help me
thank you, best regards for all
softguitar from spain
yo tengo la idea de colocar una custom 5 o una jazz, en el puente, no sé cual exactamente, ya que parecen menos indicadas para metal, heavy
veremos si otros envian sus opiniones o su experiencia
I had the same thought about replacing the pickups in a viper-50 with a jb/'59 setup.
Would it be a night and day difference in tone or am I pissing in the wind?
Well, after all it's agathis with passive pups, so the difference wouldn't be that huge. Of course they are better than the stock pickups, but is it worth the money, hard to say.
wilas101 and routis,
the difference is huge. it'll sound like an entirely different guitar.
I would definitely agree. I sold an MH100 and for a few hundred dollars more, bought an MH400NT and it was so worth it, as compared to just upgrading the pickups in the 100. Don't forget about the other things you get: grover tuners, earvana nut, mahogany body, set-thru construction .... its worth the wait!
I wasn't figuring on selling the viper. I just thought I'd keep it for alternate tunings or for the kids to play on.