NGD PRS Mike Mushok Baritone

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  1. youngthrasher9

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    I'm so glad I decided to pick one of these bad boys up.

    I'll be installing some Dimarzio Titans into this very soon. I can already tell that it's going to sound awesome, as it does acoustically already.

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    Congrats !!! These Baritones are a monster when you set them up with a set of great pickups.
     
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    onionofdoom I'm Batman

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    Mine arrived today. Silverburst is awesome! The first baritone I've owned and it's sold me on longer scale lengths for low tunings, so clear and piano-like in the low end. It even sounds good with the stock pickups, though it's obvious a change would improve the tone massively. HNGD!
     
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    Nice axe, man. Nice choice of picks, too. I'm all about those Tortex Sharps
     
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    These were my thoughts exactly!

    .88 Tortex Sharps all the way, man. I ordered a bunch of different picks one summer and I haven't switched since.



    Thanks everybody! :hbang:
     
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    HNGD! I've been eyeing this axe for a while, just looking out for a good deal on one. Very aesthetically pleasing, nice and simple design, and the silverburst is lovely.
     
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    Jason2112 I'm old school

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    Congrats. I've got the same guitar (trans red) and same pickups (Titans), though I'm thinking about swapping them out. Overall nice and clear tone, I'm just looking for something not so nice and clean :)
     
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    The D Activators are awesome if you wanted something with a little more aggression.
     
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    Randy Full on Friendship!™ Super Moderator

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    Having literally zero pickups is an improvement over the pickups that ship with those things.
     
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    steinmetzify CHUG & SLUDGE

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    True story.

    OP: had one and they're badass guitars. Don't discount a Duncan Custom; perfect grind depending on how low you wanna go. HNGD!
     
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    Nowadays I'm a Dimarzio guy.

    I installed the Titans, they're awesome. Very very tight low end.
     

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