My Eastwood Sidejack does
It's my first baritone guitar ever, so for all I know it's just how the lower frequencies and thicker strings respond to dirty amps or pedals. It's not like I'm after a chugga chugga modern'ish brootalz or anything.
My doom/sludge jams with my new sidejack are still fun, but I wish I had a bit more detail, not defenition, tight attack...Whatever you'd describe my normal guitar tone when I'm not playing the baritone.
To some extend I guess it makes sense, I should expect miracles from a super cheap instrument like the eastwood. And I know that compared to electric guitarsn bass guitars usually tend to sound flubby and loose with dirt as well...
Still, is it worth trying different pickups in there. I don't want to spend more than GFS prices though.
Would mini humbuckers make sense? Nice bonus: Not much -if any- extra routing required
I really like those in regular guitars, but I'm not sure what to expect of em in the Eastwood baritone:s