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  • Which pickups for doom?

    I want to turn my backup guitar into a Doom machine

    What pickup do you guys recommend for some crushing doom riffs?
    Framus Cobra
    Ibanez RGT320Q
    Epiphone Lp Custom
    Genz-Benz G-Flex 4x12
    Maxon OD808
    ISP Decimator

  • #2
    did you ask the guys in The Doom Room:

    http://acapella.harmony-central.com/showthread.php?t=1844009
    Originally Posted by Michael Scott


    That's what she said.



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    • #3
      Some use SD SH4 and SH2s. Don't play a lot of Doom myself though, but I'm pretty sure a medium output humbucker is pretty standard.
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      Originally Posted by J-E-M
      Use a wah pedal so you can fully express the cry-baby inside

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      • #4
        ideally a medium output pickup, but really any will do
        MATAMP/SUNN/ORANGE/GIBSON/MARSHALL/BlackArtsToneworks
        http://www.orthodoxfuzz.com

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        • #5
          There are soooo many flavors of doom. So as JoJo states, really any will do the job.,at least provide a starting point to where you want to go. I prefer low/medium output PAF style pickups with A2 magnets. I can get a dynamic, lively vintage tone. Is there a certain tone you're trying to emulate?
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