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Pickup selection

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by TeeZeeMee90, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. TeeZeeMee90

    TeeZeeMee90 Supporting Member

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    Trying to choose between a few different choices, what would you pick?

    1. Lollar Original P-bass single coil

    or

    2. Bassline Quarter Pounder

    or

    3. Lindy Fralin 51' style P

    It is for my Bronco mod and I wanna play more punk (new and old) with it.
  2. TeeZeeMee90

    TeeZeeMee90 Supporting Member

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    No opinions? :(
  3. tubehead2

    tubehead2

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    For me I would go...
    Seymour Antiquity for vintage tone
    Aero for modern tone
  4. DrumsAndBass

    DrumsAndBass

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    Bassline 1/4 Pounder man.
  5. TeeZeeMee90

    TeeZeeMee90 Supporting Member

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    The Bronco's have a weird spacing and Im keeping the twin saddle bridge so I would have gotten the QP's but instead Im keeping it moderately original MM style (got a pickguard too) and got an Antiquity Duo-Sonic Pickup.

    Going with a vintage look with the build.

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