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Seven String Pickup Shootout: EMG 707 vs EMTY Blackout
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galius    Said...

Blackouts are better than EMG , i have blackouts pups installed and it is great low presence with no signal loss, i had EMG EMG have no clear sound it is muddy sound since they launch their models back in 90 they all sound the same so sterile,EMG sucks, go with SD blackouts , dimarzios, rockfield pickups or custom made pickups.the same story is with guitars i would invest my money to some handmade luthier than advertised with great looks famous guitar conglomerate factory

EMG IS LIKE MCONALDS CHAIN JUNK FOOD, EMG pickups are not bad,they are good but far from great but i do not like them..LOT OF MONEY GOES FOR ENDORSMENTS AND ADVERTISING FAMOUS SO CALLED ROCK STARS


12-Oct-12 02:46 AM

Owen    Said...

lantijay:The Pogo uses the ZINC printing precsos. Heat activates the dyes within the paper to create the image in the camera. Consequently ambient heat and light WILL affect the print and it will fade over time, 6 months or so. Also paper isn't being made for this precsos any longer, so whatever is in existence is it.The Polaroid 300 on the other hand is the old integeral style photo. It will still fade over time but it will take much longer. It is of course the exact same thing as Fuji Instax Mini. Being a Fuji product that's still in production for the last decade or so there is plenty of supply. You may need to order off of the internet though as it's not exactly in every drug store. The cost is much cheaper if you buy the Fuji Instax film as well. Cost is less than $1 per shot US dollars.Polaroid 600 may be what you were thinking of. It's the classic Polaroid film that most people think of. Go here to find film and sometimes even cameras. Cost is just over $2 per shot US dollars.

23-Oct-12 01:23 AM

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