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    Default Phat Cat With A8 and Ceramic Magnet

    would that be good for metal/hard rock? In a mahogany body

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    Default Re: Phat Cat With A8 and Ceramic Magnet

    No. Mixing the A8 and ceramic isn't a good idea. But try it for yourself. Only you can be the ultimate judge of what you like.
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    Default Re: Phat Cat With A8 and Ceramic Magnet

    Could you please elaborate?

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    Default Re: Phat Cat With A8 and Ceramic Magnet

    would it sound harsh?

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    Default Re: Phat Cat With A8 and Ceramic Magnet

    Might as well try it. There are too many variables to know just how well YOU will like it!

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    Default Re: Phat Cat With A8 and Ceramic Magnet

    I'm the original mag-mixer in Phat Cats. I've thought that an A8/ceramic in the bridge would be worth trying for metal players. Go for it. And report back. Remember, they're positioned so they repel, not attract.

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