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Pickup match for JB in a Gibson LP for the neck position.

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  • Pickup match for JB in a Gibson LP for the neck position.

    What is a good match for a JB SH-4 for a les paul in the neck position?

    Candidates are the

    Alnico Pro II

    Jazz

    '59


    I want clear cleans and fat leads. The latter is the most important for me. I want long sustain and a great lead tone like. I like to squeeze out the juice out of notes so this is why i need such a sound.

    thanks

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    '59.
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    <i>Originally posted by lastcall </i><br />
    <b>Listen you tree hugging hippi. Next time a real rocker tries to sell you some gear to help you shred better you had best say, &quot;thank you sir but we're not talented enough to shred&quot;. Then as a show of respect you should ask to see his favorite Ibanez, or ask to touch his mullet for luck. Then maybe, just maybe he'll teach you some of his shredding secrets, and you'll be on your way to being real rock stars. </b>

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    • #3
      jazz all the way
      <div class="signaturecontainer">&quot; They’ve filled up all the spaces with tricks and fast scales, and space is probably the most important element in music. &quot;<br />
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        fiddy-nine
        <div class="signaturecontainer">'91 Hamer Sunburst USA (SD '59 N &amp; Alnico II Pro B) -&gt; DB01 Cry Wah -&gt; Digitech Whammy WH-4 -&gt; Mesa/Boogie F-50 combo</div>

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        • #5
          You've answered your own question well. Any of those will do great! Pearly gates would be anothe great option- good sparkle and clarity.....but then you get that witht the Jazz but less output!!!!
          <div class="signaturecontainer">Before you judge somebody, walk first a mile in their shoes. Then at least you'll be a mile away from them and have a new pair of shoes!!!!!!!!<br />
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          • #6
            I've got a 59 in the neck of my tokai love rock. GREAT cleans and distorted rhythms!

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            • #7
              Jazz or '59 like everyone else said. Jazz is a little brighter.

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              • #8
                Jazz sounded the nicest to me. So I ordered a JB and a Jazz.

                They will be here next week!

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                • #9
                  I have a 59 in the bridge of my SG. I'm surprised at how dark and low output it is. The 57 Classic in the neck is brighter than it and hotter. I guess it's time to play with pole pieces.

                  The 59 sounds fantastic though. I'm almost contemplating taking out the 57 Classic and sticking a 59 in there.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pureanalog
                    Jazz sounded the nicest to me. So I ordered a JB and a Jazz.

                    They will be here next week!

                    Good choice. I made the same decision a few weeks back. My guitar had the Korean Jazz/JB HB102 set so I swapped them for the real deal. Sounds great. I was afraid a '59 would be a little too dark but in some ways I wish I had tried it out just to see how it would sound.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Guerrilla
                      fiddy-nine

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