Tuesday, 01 March 2016
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I have a Combustion v4 and the guy I bought it from told me he upgraded the pickups to the "Canadian ones" instead of the ones that came in it. Seems like he said $350 upgrade. I am wondering what I really have in there? How can I tell? Is there a number or anything on the back that would differentiate upgraded pickups from the stock ones? Thanks, Kirk
6 years ago
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My guess would be to simply pull one out and look at the back side. There is probably an identifying label on there. Stock V4 pickups would have been FD-3N.
6 years ago
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Thanks, I will have to pull a pickup and see what it says.
6 years ago
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I just did that over the weekend with my Combustion and the pickups were clearly labeled
6 years ago
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I was under the impression that all the pickups were Canadian ones and that there are just different models and pickup shapes.
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[quote="Smallmouth_Bass":1icebfv0]I was under the impression that all the pickups were Canadian ones and that there are just different models and pickup shapes.[/quote:1icebfv0] You know, I was think earlier that I had read the same thing but I couldn't remember where or confirm I did not mention that. But you may be right on with this.
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I took them both out and mine say: FD-3 4L (SS) B (bridge) FD-3 4L (SS) N (neck) There are two check boxes B and N. Are these the P-Tone Pickups? [attachment=0:3meo6xq7]IMG_3316.JPG[/attachment:3meo6xq7]
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6 years ago
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They're not the P-tones, but they are upgraded from the stock FD-3N. The FD-3 4Ls are used in the Afterburner series.
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