Re: How will my sound profit from new pickups?
Thanks for all your answers so far, and don't worry brothersnowgone - I don't feel like my home audio has been knocked on. I understand that a guitar amp is not meant to be 40-20000Hz at +-3Db but quite something else.
The zoom has amp and cab modeling though, and I think - while it is far from perfect - the cab modeling introduces the nonlinear behavior, so having a linear home audio system at least lets me hear it the way I record it.
Guess that was my turn to disgress there. Back on topic:
I realize an amp would have the most impact on my sound, but I thought as far as definition goes, the amp can not retrieve what the pickups have failed to, well, pick up, can it?
That is why I thougt I might be able to get better definition by swapping pickups rather than buying an amp that won't see the stage anytime soon. I'm a bedroom player.
Would an Amp actually give me better definition? Isn't that the pickups' job?
Thanks for your patience, I hope I don't come across like a stubborn moron - which I actually am. Don't tell anyone though.