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  1. At the moment I'm going through an H&K Switchblade. I can get a really beefy modern gain out of it, a bit dual recitfier-ish Alrighty sounds good, I may have to give it a go then. Haha I'm glad I'm not the only Homestar fan here
  2. Is it possible to get the chrome control plates resprayed? I do love customizing I have to admit Has anyone ever tried this?? -James
  3. I'm mainly a rhythm guitarist, so something that'll can handle a lot of gain if I need it. I don't play any metal, but often quite heavy melodic rock. I find I'm getting feedback issues with the Dragsters, I have a Decimator and stand far from my amp etc etc and that just about contains it. I'd also like a really lush clean as I play a lot of post-rock, I'm pretty demanding tone-wise! So was hoping the Seymour Duncans would be pretty versatile. Getting pickups that are less prone to feedback would be a big plus...
  4. Hi guys, I'm new to the forum- be gentle I was thinking of maybe switching the stock pickups in my Jag HH Special from the MIJ Dragsters to something else. Has anybody got any recommendations? I'm hoping to get something that can handle some high gain, but still have a really lush clean. I was thinking a Seymour Duncan SH-4 JB in the bridge and a SH-2n Jazz for the neck. I'm really not clued up on this sort of thing, that's why I need some advice! Is this a stupid idea? Also.... does anyone else have this issue with the volume pot for the lead circuit- unless it's turned to max it
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