Quarter Posted March 9, 2010 Report Share Posted March 9, 2010 Bryans a good guy and is always very helpful. His PUF would be a excellent choice too. Its a little more vintage voiced than the BG Bucker, though the BG Bucker is based on a vintage tone also, maybe a bit more of a modern sound to it if that make sence. One thing I do like about the BG Bucker is it has a very good split tone and in general has a lot of chime to it. A neat in between pickup is I've had Bryan use an A4 mag like on the PUF instead of the A5 the BG Bucker normally uses. Its a particularly nice combo on a brighter body like maple or walnut. Here is a poorly played clip of some clean noodling with a BG-Bucker in HB mode. Its not Hawaiian, but might give you a bit of an idea. http://www.4shared.com/file/237346348/8fb5...-bg-c-msc1.html Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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