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Pickups Model
The Graveyard Disciple carries a pair of EMG humbucking pickups, as preferred by Zakk himself. An EMG HZ-4A is positioned in the bridge position for optimized lead performance while the EMG HZ-4 is voiced for and positioned in the neck position. Designed to emulate the sound of their active counterparts (the EMG-81 and 85), these HZ's are probably the quietest passive pickups available. And unlike actives, you never have to worry about these babies showing up dead. Pickups
Tonal Characteristics
In the bridge position the EMG HZ-4A is hot and meaty, and it really screams for rock and metal lead work when you hit a high-gain amp with its unleashed fury. The EMG HZ-4 in the neck position is a little smoother and warmer for moodier or bluesier excursion, but still offers unprecedented clarity and definition.
Volume and Tone Controls
The Graveyard Disciple has a single Volume and Tone control, each of which governs both pickups. Tone and Volume Controls
Toggle Switch
The Graveyard Disciple features a quality three-way toggle switch with black plastic tip, which is mounted on the forward-top edge of the guitar’s body, out of the way of Zakk’s furious picking action. In the down position, only the bridge pickup is active. In the middle position, both pickups are active. In the up position, only the neck pickup is active. Toggle Switch
Output Jack
The guitar features Epiphone's non-rotating output jack. Output Jacks