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    Default Epiphone SG + 59n/C5 = tone monster

    I'm writing this topic to thank all the users here, especially blueman335, that suggested me the 59n/C5 combo for my Epiphone SG. After a while using the C5, I've finally got the 59n and it's like I've bought a new guitar.

    Thank you, everyone. As an advice, I'd recommend to every Epiphone owner here: REPLACE YOUR STOCK PICKUPS NOW!

    As usual, sorry about my bad english.

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    Default Re: Epiphone SG + 59n/C5 = tone monster

    I'm a fan of "Live with the stock pups a while, and be sure they are adjusted right." But I have never, nor heard of, an epiphone surviving that test. They use the most meh pups the world could ever know of...
    Quote Originally Posted by Evan Skopp View Post
    Or Aceman's method, which also works in a pinch...

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    Default Re: Epiphone SG + 59n/C5 = tone monster

    Quote Originally Posted by symptom View Post
    I'd recommend to every Epiphone owner here: REPLACE YOUR STOCK PICKUPS NOW!
    This should be a public service announcement, for the health and safety of the general public.

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    Default Re: Epiphone SG + 59n/C5 = tone monster

    However, if you want to make a "fire breathing tone monster" out of that SG, try a C8(b)/Pearly Gates(n) combination.
    Originally Posted by IanBallard
    Rule of thumb... the more pot you have, the better your tone.

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