#1
The LP Push Tone with interchangeable pickups...That's a pretty sweet idea.. I was just out buying my Mesa Roadster <3 and my dad was like "Hey, check out how you can change the little modules on these Randall amps" I think thats a cool idea ...the LP Push Tone is kinda of the same idea... I want to say that one of the guys from sabbath tried to build a prototype guitar that did the same thing .....anyways I't been done before ... like the dan armstrong guitar.... I wonder if you could buy extra brackets/PU things(or modify them) and put w/e PUs you want on them.

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#2
Yea, Iommi did it with a custom SG he had made a long time ago. He wanted to make it a production guitar but it was too expensive. I don't think this would be possible without some serious technical knowledge and modification.
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Yeah, it's a pretty cool idea, but it would be better if the guitar was finished in a nice sunburst.
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Are you saying push tone, pull volume?
If so, cool idea, never heard of it before. Best of luck to finding a good solution for making it.
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Are you saying push tone, pull volume?
If so, cool idea, never heard of it before. Best of luck to finding a good solution for making it.

You pop the pickups out and pt in new ones in like 3 minutes
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