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Humbucker guitar pickup from EMG belonging to the Passive series.

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  • Mickey WyhnnerMickey Wyhnner

    EMG H3Published on 10/01/07 at 08:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use to mic is on my home jackson dkmg.
    this microphone is very powerful. It's a mix between the notes and the definition of fender banging and then sustain medieums of gibson.

    The other guitarist in my band plays with the signature guitar of Hamet K. Metalica emg81 which is equipped with and using the same amps, line6 HD 147. In sound but no difference, a solo can sustain over the emg81 which is normal they are active. My Emghz his team a boost for solos I use the Emg81 and there are no weight. is infinite sustain and Deffinitions notes is impecable.

    I'm a fan of Seymour Duncan pickups alnico2 of that I will get on another guitar for anything because I'll change the pickups and st…
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    I use to mic is on my home jackson dkmg.
    this microphone is very powerful. It's a mix between the notes and the definition of fender banging and then sustain medieums of gibson.

    The other guitarist in my band plays with the signature guitar of Hamet K. Metalica emg81 which is equipped with and using the same amps, line6 HD 147. In sound but no difference, a solo can sustain over the emg81 which is normal they are active. My Emghz his team a boost for solos I use the Emg81 and there are no weight. is infinite sustain and Deffinitions notes is impecable.

    I'm a fan of Seymour Duncan pickups alnico2 of that I will get on another guitar for anything because I'll change the pickups and strat Moitiers Moitiers les paul.

    Listen to Evanescence Rock am Ring 2003. Ben Moody has a collection of jackson usa but uses a Jacson dkmg with emghz.

    I tried the mics on amps modeling (POD, PODXT, HD147 and Marshall JCM 800 + uber metal. It sounds terrible on both the one on the other. But it is true that the configuration EMG HZ + JCM 800 + Über Metal is the top!
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