"When you shred like Satchel, the only logical choice is to play our own signature models. Other than the tunings and finishes, the collection of flamboyant guitars shown here are nearly identical. Each one features a maple body with an oiled maple neck, Floyd Rose tremolo, and Seymour Duncan pickups (SH-4 and SH-2n)." -Premier Guitar; Rig Rundown: Steel Panther's Satchelmore
It's all good and i love the guys! It was really easy to step on board as i was close friends with the booyas already beforehand and i had also played some live session stuff with them before. About amp settings, there are many on the album as we used a big pile of amplifiers and splitter the signals to many amps at the same time. We just got new Axe-fx 2 XL's with Ville this week and we'll be using them on the road from now on. Sounds awesome so far, even it's a bitch to program up ready. My beloved trusted amp that i have used almost a decade and are still using is Mesa Single Rectifier with a lil bit of mod, and TC g-system effect management system. And guitar is of course Jackson RR w/ Seymour Duncan TB4 & Jazz pickups. Get the best and fuck the rest!more
This is a great pickup that has clarity and can be a rounded tone. I prefer the neck pickup Jazz as one of my standard choices. This pairs well with a JB, Custom, Custom 2, Custom 5, Pearly Gates, or hot version of PAF pickup in the bridge. There is enough bass to resonate and have a solid rhythm tone or even "woman tone", but it isn't a muddy bass heavy pickup. The mids are a little scooped and there is enough treble for the clarity and singing quality. This pickup works well with low gain or high gain amplifiers and is not as throaty as a 59 or JB.
First, it was the mistakenly installed DiMarzio Super-Distortion bridge pickup in the neck pickup position, in which it later worn out and replaced with a Seymour Duncan SH-2N Jazz Model Pickup