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Looks good to me!
It would be a Custom Shop thing, but they could build it.
The Quarter Pound is one of my favorite Strat pickups...it matches the output of humbuckers well, too.
I say at least try what you already have first.
I'd suggest a Classic Stack, which sounds great with a JB and 59. If you want a true single coil that isn't hum-cancelling, look at the SSL-6,...
I am another 805 fan. I was able to clone the sound of my 808, TS7 & TS5, but with more gain range and better EQ.
You may also look at the Black Winter or the Alternative 8.
The Custom & 59 combo will do this, easily.
The Custom & 59/Custom Hybrid both have great split sounds.
If the guitar is really bright, I'd just go for an Invader set.
From what I can tell, they are the JB/Jazz set, but active with more of everything.
If you have the JB/Jazz set, I'd try them. After all, it is free (except for a little time). There are many who like that combo.
Yes! Just look for the phrase '4 conductor' in the description. All modern production Duncans except the 59, Slash, Antiquity, and Seth Lover are...
Wow, that is some awesome work! Pretty brave for attempting and succeeding!
A Pegasus/Sentient set is pretty balanced and has a great low end. They are also great at a bunch of gain ranges, if that is important to you.
Since it is a Custom Shop pickup, and not announced until a few months ago, there probably isn't many in the wild yet.
While I love the 805, it is essentially a TS-type of pedal, and even when set flat is pretty mid-humpy. Their Forza pedal has the same level of...
Well, a twin blade is really a humbucker, and sounds/feels closer to one than a Hot Stack. A Hot Stack still sounds like a single coil, and not...
The Hot Stacks are good pickups. They are sort of between a single and humbucker...like a darker, thicker P90. I like em.
I tend to dig flat poles on my singles unless I am using a 7.25" radius and a wound G string. The balance seems off to me otherwise. I always...