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Man, that's a sweet guitar. :yesway:
It's a Wolfetone rewind of a Duncan JB. His assembly guy wasn't paying attention, apparently. :lol:
It is. Much less "dig in" than the Gotoh that used to be on it, but I can mute just as well.
Damn, I didn't even have to answer! :lol:
They sound pretty good out of the box. If you're reasonably handy and can add a brace that extends from the center of the speaker baffle to the...
Excellent. Hopefully coming to a venue near me!
Having tried all of their humbuckers (except for the Thornbucker) in various guitars, I'd say the SSH+ probably sounds closest to the JB, but with...
Outstanding! He's fantastic to deal with.
I ordered a set of low-output (8.2K and 10K) from Nick Cardillo because I wanted Zebra and I liked a set of his six stringers I had:...
Oh, and if you want a drop in, don't drill any holes replacement for the bridge, my personal favorite is the, unfortunately, expensive-as-hell...
The Hipshot UMP works fine on Fenders, too.
The Duncan JB, of course - they sound great split.
Rio Grande makes humbuckers that are built like a pair of single coils - those might be worth...
I've only played them in one guitar, but they sounded good in that. :shrug:
Really what I'm saying is don't buy the DM Livewires. :lol:
Too much - too compressed, too "stringy", no dynamics - basically everything bad about EMGs x 1000, with not much of the good.
FWIW I always liked the regular Livewires. The Mustaine set, not so much.