Shielding a Gibson SG Guitar is a strait forward modification that will help minimize interference in your signal
In this post, we are going to take a look at shielding a Gibson SG guitar. The Gibson SG is one of the easiest guitars to shield because they usually have two humbucking pickups that eliminate most of the noise. Continue reading “Shielding a Gibson SG Guitar”
The Mini Humbucker versus Firebird question is a popular one. Learn the difference between these two vintage style pickups.
There are so many different kinds of pickups available that it can become difficult to dig through the ever-growing pile to choose the best one for your guitar. Continue reading “Mini Humbucker Versus Firebird Guitar Pickups: What is the Difference Between Them?”
Guitar pickups that transformed both my playing and my tone.
This is a celebration of my favorite guitar pickups. The title may seem a bit much, but it is true; these pickups absolutely changed my playing style as well as my tone. I am a bit of a pickup nut. At one point I owned over 100 different pickups, but had only about a dozen or so in a guitar. This is a pretty clear indication of obsessive compulsive disorder. But, at the same time, there are many worse ways of spending one’s time and money.
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If you're thinking of switching to Mini-Humbuckers, or upgrading what you have, here's a rundown of the best ones out there.
Mini Humbucker pickups offer you the best of both worlds; they are humbucking (i.e. no 60-cycle hum), they are capable of great chime and clarity when you play clean, and when you use a lot of drive, they sound fantiastic. They will never sound quite the same as a full-sized humbucker, but they have a fullness and grit all their own. You really have to experiment with Mini Humbucker pickups and find the ones that are best for you, but it is worth the effort.
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