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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-13-2013, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
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ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

hello
it's for a js 1200
i look for a warm sound

i think that an old sh6 would be good but it's not alnico V

i look for beautiful clean tones for split
but a lot of sustain, warm sound, power and outpout
harmonics too

sh6?sh4?
breed?

i saw the norton was like a fred but fred is "a little sound"

i want a warm sound like mahogany even if my guitar is baswood

which dimarzio are in alnico high outpout? petrucci's?
good or sh6 or breed?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-13-2013, 03:27 PM
 
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

Damnit stop wasting forum threads like this. You keep asking the same **** and taking no notice of the responses!!!
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

people are strange "the doors" and agressives
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people are strange "the doors" and agressives
You are a troll, simple as that. You have asked the same damned question over and over. People have answered you, yet you ignore, and then asked the same stupid question again.

Quit wasting everyone's time here and jus crawl back into the troll hole you came from.....
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

Try some Dragonfire Screamers they are the best pickup in the history of pickups... Either that or find a pair of vintage 2001-2003 Squire single coils and install them side by side in the neck position
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

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Try some Dragonfire Screamers they are the best pickup in the history of pickups... Either that or find a pair of vintage 2001-2003 Squire single coils and install them side by side in the neck position
OMG! that squire single side by side is the most effective way to get most of the tonesss you know.. from djent to more djent, from crystal clear to whatever you can imagine.
it even makes a crappy marshall MG sounds like a JVM.
damn it! I wish they start putting those into sugi's built J custom...LOL
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

i like warm sounds but i saw some pickups in ceramic in a lot of bridge pickups so i really don(t know the differences
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

For god's sake, just stop posting the same **** here. People have given you plenty of advice. Either take that advice and buy some new pickups or piss off!!!
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

^^^^ lol
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

sorry, i'm not used to come every day here
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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-21-2014, 06:11 AM
 
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

One way to go would be the Pearly Gates set, and a clean boost pedal for any extra gain you need. The Pearly Gates is killer in a JS.
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

Don't worry about answering mister distro's threads. The user comes on here every few months, and essentially asks the same questions over and over. Another member has noted that they trolled a French speaking forum in a similar way, being a serial pest asking for advice on the same topic over and over, and never actually doing anything with that advice.
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Re: ceramic or alnico for bridge position?

I know but you never know when someone else might stumble upon this thread in the future looking for similar advice, and we can at least help those future tone-seekers from here in the mysterious past.
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