So it seems we have 2 different camps here that have had and have expereince with Maple axes. One likes the CC the other likes the JB in maple. The axe I tried the JB in had a rosewood board and it had a slanted bridge bucker.
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Interestingly enough, that same JB worked out very well in another DC127. This one had a maple neck thru construction but with alder wings and a string thru body bridge. It almost sounds like a tele on steroids.
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sounds like a job for the dimarzio breed?
this pup is a bit more tasty than a tone zone
t has the punch,harmonics and a real good output like a tone zone but just sounds more organic and if you really want to stay truer paf than try the patb-3 blues pup which i heard is a hidden jem, i dont even mind the way it looks if it sounds as great as everyone says!
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hmm....lots of opinions here!!! I had an Air Zone in my old EBMM Axis and I really liked it (more then the Breed that was in there before that). The JB was my first thought, but I'm just not sure that It'll be tight enough.