I'm back from hard 3 years of infinite work and "guitarlessness", it's been 3 years since my last post I think, and I missed you all.
Now, as you can see I'm back to guitars business and eventually, on monday I'm goint to local store to buy RG with a HSH and floyd. So I think it's a best place to hear your thoughts about some sound options on HSH I want to achieve.
: If you are lazy you can skip everything until Goal section
Before stating here is my last configuration on stratocaster I own (The Totocaster :P ), in the neck there is a SD Lil'59 which gives me veeery rich Les Paul-ish fat sound, great for solos (sweeps, fast runs), cleans and even some jazz-ish sounds. At the middle I have SD Duck-bucker for some obvious "stratocaster without hum" sounds, and at the bridge position I have feat and very meaty SD Hot Rails which I heavily use for metal rhythms. I do like this setup, it sounds great but non of those pickups (except for lil'59, to be fair) deliver huge dynamics I want now from my new guitar. Hot Rails have so much power and is so loud that it literally doesn't matter how hard you attack strings, it sounds massive — all the time. Duck-Bucker is pretty numb, it sounds like heavily compressed clean sound.
: To have massive dynamics range
in any position with some classic rock to metal (not, death and black, just metal is enough) sounds.
My personal Thoughts: I'm not Seymour Duncan fan, (neither DiMarzio) but for RG I thought it will be cool to try out DiMarzios. In the neck I think going PAF (Pro?, Joe?, " "?, no idea), middle position: emmm... no idea yet, and Evo2 at the bridge. What do you think?
Thanks in advance, it's great to be here again.