I got a set of Generators, swapped them from a guy who needed a set of al2's
I put them in a Ibanez RGA32 that I made my "shredder-guitar",
first I had a set of IG Steamhammers in, but I found the lack of detail in the trebles annoying, especially on the neck pickup - which i think is a tad too hot anyway.
The generators fit this guitar very well (mahogany body), the bridge pu is spec'ed like a JB-4 but is not as honky in the midrange which suits me fine.
The Steamhammer had that Super D quality that makes powerchords explode, and it is a great sound, but, single notes, of which i play a lot, do not sound as pleasing as on the Generator, so it is a real world compromise between power and tone, and a good one
I use a 5-way super switch giving me,hold on;
Bridge series, bridge parallel, bridge and neck series, neck parallel, neck series. + a Wilde Q-filter instead of the tone pot. It is very, very versatile and all positions are noisecancelling
Now I have get another guitar for the Steamhammer bridge pickup, 'cause I still want to play those exploding powerchords on occasion