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:? I watched the clinic one again, and he says that the bridge pickup is a duncan distortion :? I thought it was a dimarzio super distortion, in what guitars paul used the super distortion?

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Can I shove in a Mini bucker into a humbucker slot without any screwing with?

I don't care if it looks ugly or anything, I just want a minibucker in the neck.


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Volkan wrote:
:? I watched the clinic one again, and he says that the bridge pickup is a duncan distortion :? I thought it was a dimarzio super distortion, in what guitars paul used the super distortion?


Super distortions are in the PGM 600 and 700.

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FlamingoBob wrote:
Can I shove in a Mini bucker into a humbucker slot without any screwing with?

I don't care if it looks ugly or anything, I just want a minibucker in the neck.


Yep, but there'll be a gap on either side.


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xjustice09x wrote:
Volkan wrote:
:? I watched the clinic one again, and he says that the bridge pickup is a duncan distortion :? I thought it was a dimarzio super distortion, in what guitars paul used the super distortion?


Super distortions are in the PGM 600 and 700.

he didn't use any back in the racer x days?, damn, DiMarzio is telling lies

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for what it's worth the mockingbird came with a Duncan JB in it..from 1987

cd notes say:
street lethal - Dimarzio
second heat - no info

Guitar World 1988 interview states Duncan pu's in ibanez epi style

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Mr MUTTLEY! wrote:
for what it's worth the mockingbird came with a Duncan JB in it..from 1987

from that video of yours, those pickups sound awesome. have you ever tried the super dist.? if so, which one is better?

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never tried one.
JB is vintage style, ie not too hot.
all depends on YOU, rig, ears, hands etc :D

that video is a practice rig with shit loads of gain..need to do one with a Marshall and tubescreamer ..better practice first! :oops:

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FlamingoBob wrote:
What was up with Paul's early tone? Was it just a lack of a good enough amplifier? Rythm was super fuzzy, lead was alright - a bit too harsh on the highs though.

YouTube sound quality is crappy, don't judge Paul's sound seeing only this video.. :)

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