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Guitar Replacement Parts user reviews

  • Seymour Duncan SSL-1 Vintage Staggered

    Seymour Duncan SSL-1 Vintage Staggered - "Good replacements if you are looking for a vintage sound"

    07/14/11

    Seymour Duncan is one of the most popular aftermarket pickup makers in the industry. Dimarzio and Seymour Duncan are pretty much the standard when it comes to passive replacement pickups even though Seymour Duncan is trying to get into the active pic…

  • Seymour Duncan SH-55B Seth Lover Model Bridge

    Seymour Duncan SH-55B Seth Lover Model Bridge - "As vintage as you can get"

    07/12/11

    Seymour Duncan is an American pickup maker that has been making aftermarket pickups for many years. Their pickups are the counterparts to brands like Dimarzio. While Dimarzio has been more popular in strat style guitars and Shred guitars Seymour Dunc…

  • Gibson TP6

    Gibson TP6 - "Easy way to get finer tuning on your Gibson "

    07/12/11

    I wish Gibson would put these on more of their guitars. If they are not going to use better tuners you will need one of these to get your guitar in perfect tune. The TP6 is not just for Gibsons. It will work on pretty much any tune-o-matic bridge gui…

  • DiMarzio DP187 The Cruiser Bridge

    DiMarzio DP187 The Cruiser Bridge - "Humbucker that thinks its a single coil"

    07/12/11

    The Cruiser was introduced in the early 90s and was one of the first single coil sized humbucker replacement pickups. The whole idea was to have a humbucking pickup that was totally quiet in the size of a Stratocaster single coil but also still sound…

  • DiMarzio DP166 The Breed Bridge

    DiMarzio DP166 The Breed Bridge - "A more subtle Vai sound"

    07/12/11

    Everyone knows who Steve Vai is. He is a Grammy award winning guitar player who has played with everyone in the last 30 years. He is one of the great forerunners for modern guitar playing and has a very modern tone. He has designed many guitars and p…

  • DiMarzio DP156 Humbucker From Hell

    DiMarzio DP156 Humbucker From Hell - "Too bright and 80s for me"

    07/12/11

    This pickup is from the DiMarzio heyday in the 80s. In the 80s just about everyone was using Dimarzio pickups in their guitars. In the 80s everyone wanted a super clear tone so they could cut through the mix while using 500 rack effects in their rack…

  • EMG KH21 Kirk Hammett

    EMG KH21 Kirk Hammett - "Quick way to turn your strat into a metal machine"

    07/08/11

    EMG is the standard when it comes to active pickups. EMG has many different models but they are mostly known for their metal pickups. The EMG 81 and 85 are their most popular pickup models. These are what you will find in 90 percent of guitars that c…

  • Seymour Duncan AHB-3B Mick Thomson Blackouts EMTY Bridge

    Seymour Duncan AHB-3B Mick Thomson Blackouts EMTY Bridge - "Better sounding Blackout pickups"

    07/08/11

    Seymour Duncan Blackouts are their answer to the EMG pickups that people have been using for decades. Like EMG's these pickups run on batteries and have quick connect installation systems so they are very easy to install on your guitar. They come wit…

  • EMG 89

    EMG 89 - "Split tones EMG style"

    06/30/11

    With the EMG 89 its like EMG put two pickups in one case and let you split between them. The 89 is like an EMG 85 and a SA put together in one case some how. With most active pickups because of their design you cant really get split single coil tones…

  • EMG 60

    EMG 60 - "One trick pony EMG"

    06/30/11

    For many years EMG was the only name in the active pickups department. The EMG active pickups use a pair of rail magnets with a built in preamp. As you probably know active pickups require a battery to power them. Rail magnets are better than the no…