#1
Well i might trade my sd-1 for a emg 81 and i have my stock pups on my epiphone les paul. so my question is would it giveme a problom to have one active and one pasive pick up in my guitar?
#3
yeah cause when you'd switch to active it would blast your ears out.
I think they have higher output.
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#6
Simple, install the emg-pa-2, it will work just fine. You can get it anywhere EMG parts are sold. Or you could buy a stacked push/pull pot and bypass the tone knob on the passive side of the pot
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#7
Yes, you can do it, but... it needs two on/off switches and different impedance pots. It's a lot of wiring.
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