#1
Hey i've got a Jackson DK2S and it currently has a Seymour Duncan sustainiac in the neck position it also has a single in the middle pos and a JB in the bridge [may even be a stock pickup not sure]. Now, to me the pickups are whack, they just lack any personality at all.

I was wondering if i wanted to change them out and add a different set in would it be a major wiring job, because of the sustainer and the 2 switches & gain control for it? I'll post pics of the guitar so guys can get a better idea, i haven't got any of the wiring though.

http://www.redox.com.ua/guitarpics/jackson/2911003501_xl.jpg

I know you can't tell much from the pictures but maybe any wiring gurus could lend a helping hand ?

EDIT: I am a complete novice at guitar customizing so go easy on me! i am willing to get it looked at professionally i know a very good luthier at Feline guitars.
#2
ok..
so you want to get rid of the pickups in it and get new ones right.
Its shouldn't be to much of a major wiring job, all you have to do is desolder everything off the pots and switch, yup thats it approx 10 joints, then take everything out, there wil likely be a preamp and lots of electronics it there
Then wire it all back up again, nice and easy,
wiring diagram
#3
Yeah sorry, my point was kind of lost in my baffle about the sustainer. But thanks, however that diagram is for just HSS i have a sustainer that has 2 switches that activates it... Surely that makes it alot more complex?