Trade jackson rr24 pro q with jackson sls3 2008 japan

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I had a request to trade my jackson rr24 pro q 2020 with a jackson sls3 2008 japan plus €50. I'm thinking about that because i prefer fixed bridge as the sls and i love japan guitar, but it has the seymour duncan 59 set, and i don't know if it coul do metal sound (thrash, death and aome black).
What do you think about that?
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That's what the 50 euros are for?
 

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I had the jb in a cheap schecter and it changed the guitar (in a positive way), but probably I'll prefer the other ones that you've mentioned :nazgul and black winter
 

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What about doing a pick up swap for something metal sounding?

Keep the guitar if it's comfy for you.
I feel comfy with my guitar even if I'm not a big fan of the floyd rose, surely if i go with the trade I'll change at least the bridge pu
 

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I say keep the one you have and block the trem with a trem stop for dive only. Dive only Floyd's get rid of about every problem some people have to complain about in a Floyd. Makes string changes super easy even when pulling them all off at the same time, if a string breaks you're still in tune, if you have trouble with palm mutes or resting/anchoring your hand on the bridge it won't go sharp while doing so. Plus you still have the rock solid tuning stability of a Floyd.

I don't have any of these issues with a floating or non floating Floyd so I love them either way. I find them super easy to work on either way and with proper technique they don't go sharp when palm muting or resting your hand on the bridge. Also I can't get a string to break on one for my life. Just something to think about especially if you love the way the guitar sounds, feels, plays and looks. :)
 

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