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glazmusik
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Born Oct-20-1989
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24 Feb 2008
I'm looking for humbuckers for my Epiphone Les Paul Standard and the more that I look around, the further away from a decision I get. I play a variety of things, so I want versatility. I love shredding, but I don't want to be stuck with just metal. It is important to me to have a good clean channel for the neck...

I'm leaning towards Seymour Duncans, and I have been looking at their Blackouts because of their high output and great hum-canceling, but I'm a little apprehensive about active pickups since I've never used them. I don't like the idea of having to have a battery in my guitar unsure.gif. Besides that, I do like the 59s for their just all-around usability, but I'm open for some suggestions!
18 Feb 2008
Guitar effects are awesome. As everyone knows, though, there is an absurd number of guitar effects out there. With the great number of different guitarists here, I want to hear from a bunch of different people what their favorite effects are. I know that this is vague, and that there are a great number of different categories and types of effects out there, but I just want to hear everyone's opinion, from pedal effects to rack modules to multi-effects boards. It might help to do something along the lines of "envelope filter - Doctor Q" (that's one of my favorites, just because it sounds funky and you can buy one for $40) to clarify things.


But yeah, there are so many people here, I'd love to get a bunch of opinions on effects under one topic.
17 Feb 2008
I've never listened to metal much, but I've started playing some and really enjoy it, and now I need to do my homework.

I'm open for any suggestions: I want a definitive collection of metal to listen to and study, from the roots to the modern day.

Any help?
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