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14 Jun 2007
Well I'm sure most of you saw my thread about trying to choose a couple new pickups for my jackson warrior, but now that I've decided on a set, I was wondering if anyone with experience swapping pups out can give a tutorial on how to do it. Please note that I have absolutely no experience doing this and VERY little experience with soldering so I'm holding off on actually buying my pickups for the time being. The reason I want to learn to do this myself is mostly to save myself a lot of money since the only nearby place that will change them is going to charge me 65 bucks an hour for a job that, in my mind, shouldn't take THAT long for a proffessional. However, I'm VERY worried that I'm gonna screw something up and ruin my favorite guitar or electrocute myself by crossing wires or something blink.gif

So if anyone could help me out with this I would be eternally grateful biggrin.gif

My Guitar:
Jackson JS30 Warrior, 3 way switch, HH configuration, tone and volume knob
and I want to put in a DiMarzio Evolution in the neck and an Evo2 in the bridge.
7 Jun 2007
Hi everyone!

I've been thinking about changing the pu's in my guitar for a while now, but I'm not sure what I should go with. I was originally going to go with EMG's, but after reading some reviews and talking to some of my friends I've decided to put some Seymour Duncans in instead. However, I'm not sure which ones I should pick. I was looking at the HotRodded Humbucker set which comes with the SH2 Jazz and SH-4 bridge pickups, but I was worried that it's not going to give me the 'punch' (best word I could think of huh.gif ) I'm looking for since I play mostly heavy metal. The SD Invader looked like a good choice, but I don't want to spend that much more money buying the pups seperately if it's not going to give me a much better sound.

PLEASE HELP blink.gif

Oh, one last question, I've been having issues with my guitar with getting really clean and sharp pinch harmonics as well as good tone when tapping. Whenever I try to tap it usually comes off really... dull, I guess is the best way to put it. Would changing the pups help this at all?

Thanks everyone!

My Gear:
Jackson JS30 Warrior w/ stock pups
Digitech RP100 effects processor
Line 6 Spider III 15w amp
5 Jul 2006

My name is Eddie (call me Ed, Eddie, Edward... it's all cool =P )

I'm 19 years old living in Texas and am currently a student at the San Antonio Community college studying Computer Sciences.

I picked up a guitar about a year ago and haven't really had a chance to get some serious playing/learning in. I can do some basic stuff (I don't know many chords or scales... something I hope to change happy.gif ) but nothing really interesting or cool at the moment. I'm sure like a lot of people, my all time favorite band is .... Metallica (especially the old stuff... the MoP album was insane :wink: )

Naturally whenever I am playing I usually try to play stuff like the intro to Master of Puppets or Seek and Destroy, but it tends to get old really fast to only play the intros and not be able to hit the main licks or solos... =(

So here I am happy.gif

Hopefully I'll be able to learn a lot about playing guitars and maybe even learn my own style to it =P

Thanks for taking the time to read this!


(Oh... an interesting factoid... my B-day is the same as Eddie VanHalen's *jan 26* and I'm EXACTLY 30 years younger *i was born in 87... VanHalen was born in 57.* My middle name is also the same as his brother's *Alexander*..... O_o Is it just me or does my dad have a very wierd sense of humor in all this? )
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