#1
put two coil tappable humbuckers in a strat-style guitar,
and somehow wire them so the tone controls acts like a coil tap type thing as you turn the knob, so it would blend the humbucker and single-coil sounds?
#2
http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=2h_2v_3w_2sas


theres one for 2 volumes 2 coil tap knobs(spin a splits) and a 3 way switch
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#3
Quote by fender351
put two coil tappable humbuckers in a strat-style guitar,
and somehow wire them so the tone controls acts like a coil tap type thing as you turn the knob, so it would blend the humbucker and single-coil sounds?





no that is retarded.

Either a pickup is single coil are humbucker, you can't have a 1.7 coil pickup.
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#4
^ you've never heard of blend pots I gather?

So you want to blend the split coil with the humbucker? I'm not entirely sure it's possible... You can blend the split coil of one pickup with the full two coils of another though.
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#5
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no that is retarded.

Either a pickup is single coil are humbucker, you can't have a 1.7 coil pickup.


You actually can. to you