#1
I had this pair of Humbuckers laying around, i decided to take the chrome covers off and inside was a single coil, In both of them. They're from an old 67 Gibson SG that my grandfather replaced the pickups in with 57's ( I want that guitar so bad, He's a bass player)
Anyways, So are these a single coil pickup or just a old humbucker. I'll upload pics when i can.
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#2
could be P 90's
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#3
sounds like a P-90 pickup.
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#4
post pics. also a humbucker is just two single coils with opposite polarity (right?)
#5
If the covers had a single row of pole screws in the center they are P90s. If they were offset to one side they are humbuckers. The single coil in a humbucker housing is a trick of cheap chinese knock offs. Doubt gibson would do such a thing.
#6
there is a single row of screws that go into the pickup to hold it in place off to one side
Gibson 1972 SG Pro T-Top Bridge, P90 Neck
Dean DBD T ML
Jackson JS30RR EMGs 85-81
Epiphone G-400 Goth
76 Mann Les Paul Custom
Fender f-230 Accoustic
Randall RG-180 DX
Line6 Spider III HD75 Head - Behringer 412
Saving for a Marshall JCM 800.
#7
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1041337&highlight=mann
One of the pickups is in the picture, Was contemplating on weather to put it in my LP replacing the Ibanez Super 70 Anti fuzz's
Gibson 1972 SG Pro T-Top Bridge, P90 Neck
Dean DBD T ML
Jackson JS30RR EMGs 85-81
Epiphone G-400 Goth
76 Mann Les Paul Custom
Fender f-230 Accoustic
Randall RG-180 DX
Line6 Spider III HD75 Head - Behringer 412
Saving for a Marshall JCM 800.