#2
yes, it should. the number of knobs all match up, and the pickups should fit in nicely, but that is where the problem may be (size of pups).

forgottomentionedit: yeah, what is said below me is what i wanted to say about the size of the P-90's
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#3
The electronics should work, even though they aren't that nice. The pickups won't quite fit right unless they are humbucker sized p90s. I've never heard of those specific pups, so I don;t know.
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#4
If you know how to do it then yes it would work, otherwise i would suggest taking it to a professional guitar tech to do the wiring for you,
otherwise you could end up having to throw the pick ups, the wiring and the guitar out...
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end up having to throw the pick ups, the wiring and the guitar out...
not fun


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#6
yeah they are humbucker-sized p-90s and i already matched those up and they should fit in perfectly, but what i'm really wondering is if the pots and such are right for the pickup type, as in the values. thanks for all the help already

edit:
Quote by raymo39
If you know how to do it then yes it would work, otherwise i would suggest taking it to a professional guitar tech to do the wiring for you,
otherwise you could end up having to throw the pick ups, the wiring and the guitar out...
not fun

i'm not definitely not doing it myself lol, i'm terrible with big wiring jobs like this and my soldering isn't as good as it was, but my dad has a friend who is awesome with anything guitar that will most likely do all this for me and set-up my guitar as well, intonation and such, so i'm pretty lucky for that
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#7
Quote by raymo39
If you know how to do it then yes it would work, otherwise i would suggest taking it to a professional guitar tech to do the wiring for you,
otherwise you could end up having to throw the pick ups, the wiring and the guitar out...
not fun



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Dont know, But I have a bucket of hot liquid magma on my room for heat issues


Thats a good idea for a cold room with one modification: floor of magma

thats quite hot
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yeah they are humbucker-sized p-90s and i already matched those up and they should fit in perfectly, but what i'm really wondering is if the pots and such are right for the pickup type, as in the values. thanks for all the help already



I honestly don't know if they are the best match because the site doens't give any real information on them. Stuff from GF is generally not very nice. It's ok for the price, but not as good as they claim. It should work for you.
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why wouldn't you have a bucket of acid? It's so multi-purposed!


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