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The Dressing Room / Re: Where to sell vinyl records online?
« Last post by Klomba on May 17, 2019, 01:52:30 PM »
I have a lot of those and I wanted to sell them when I had some financial difficulties but turned out that it's quite hard. So I just gave up and used to get the money I need. And I still have those records.
There's so much phaser on everything that it's hard to tell.
Not that impressed with the tones. I guess that's the recording quality.

The cream les paul sounds pretty good to me
Not fond on the black one, though (too bassy and midscooped)
Pickups / Re: 60s and indie for shortscale guitar
« Last post by gwEm on May 15, 2019, 06:18:42 PM »
I don't know about one of those 1990s MIM duo-sonics, but strat coils fit right in to my vintage 60s duo-sonic and also my 201? Fender (fixed bridge) Mustang.
Not that impressed with the tones. I guess that's the recording quality.
Pickups / Re: Juggernaut for Modern Rock HSS?
« Last post by Dave Sloven on May 13, 2019, 10:08:31 AM »
I think the Black Hawks look good in my guitar because the pickguard mounting was for the squared-off EMG-HZ pickups, and aesthetically these are much better looking than those, as well as being a similar shape so that they fill the pickguard holes nicely
Pickups / Re: Juggernaut for Modern Rock HSS?
« Last post by scarlet_shade on May 12, 2019, 07:45:20 PM »
Thank you Yellowjacket I think this is actually what I wanted to hear  :grin:
I just don't know if I like the idea of the look of the blackhawk and cobras on this guitar. But Dave I am definitely interested in the A-Hawks, maybe ok another guitar in the future. Thank you for your help here and I do think the A-Hawk Sounds very good in your guitar.  :grin:

But for now I decided to go with the Juggernaut and Trilogy Suites. I will also try and write a review to share some of my thoughts about how this combination sounds altogether.

Rock on
Pickups / Re: Mules in a 335?
« Last post by Brow on May 12, 2019, 07:14:18 PM »
Thanks guys, guess Ill give them a go!
Pickups / Re: Mules in a 335?
« Last post by AndyR on May 12, 2019, 07:07:16 PM »
I've got lots of Stormies in all sorts of places...

But I got Mules in my 335 :)

I have been wondering about swapping around, but I really like the way they work in there.

EDIT: Haha - just followed Telerocker's link. Yep, that's my 335.

That was way before I tried Stormies.

I love the Stormies in one Les Paul, one SG, and an Explorer (that one was a surprise).

The other Les Paul has got the "modern" weight-relief chambering, and it's lighter and has "brighter" tone acoustically... a little like the 335, still a Les Paul, but closer to the 335. I bought the Stormie set that's in the Explorer for that Les Paul - didn't do what I wanted. I ended up putting Old Guards in there. They're slightly grittier than the Stormies were, like the Mules, and they work very well in that guitar.

So, on that basis, I decided to stick with the Mules in the 335. One day, I might swap the Mules and Old Guards just to see... but that's a lot of hassle on a 335!
Pickups / Re: Mules in a 335?
« Last post by Telerocker on May 12, 2019, 04:25:17 PM »
I would give them a go. Sonically they aren't that far away from Stormies.

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