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02-06-2010 07:35 PM
Re: GRG270b + NewPickup?!

Yeah I say go for it man! Unless you're in the market for a new guitar or something. But yeah be sure to buy from Wilde pickups and not Bill Lawrence USA is you're going the XL-500 route. That way you get a better, cheaper pup from the man himself.
02-06-2010 11:08 AM
GRG270b + NewPickup?!


This is my first post on Jemsite,
I hope this is the right place to post : S

Guys, i have a Grg270b and a Randall v2XM(michael Amott Edition) amp, and i would like to know if it worth to upgrade my guitar with a new pickup, i was think about EMG81 or some SeymourDuncan pickup,(or even a Bill Lawrence L500,dunno if they still out there , im a big fan of dimebag = D ).

P.S : sorry for my bad English
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