#1
i just bought a MIM Strat, and i was wondering how hard is it to change the pickups, also can i have like 3 different pickups for 3 different sounds
#3
If you can solder and read a wiring diagram you should be fine. Yes, you can put three different pickups in for different sounds.
#4
You can get different sounds out of different pickups but if you have a prominent gap in output between two pickups, the mixed position will sound like wank.

It's quite easy to replace them though.
#5
Quote by Rock Pig
(a) You can get different sounds out of different pickups but if you have a prominent gap in output between two pickups, the mixed position will sound like wank.

(b) It's quite easy to replace them though.


(a) +1

(b) agreed, if you can solder.
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