#1
So, I am going to by a Seymour Duncan SCR-1 Cool Rails Pickup for my old strat-copy's neck pickup, and am really looking forward to getting it into that thing. I was reading, and I saw that you could coil split the pickup. While I was planning on installing the pickup myself, the coil split thing seems like it would be more complicated, so i may have to get it done professionally.

I live in Central Florida, so does anyone have a rough estimate of what one might charge to coil split the pickup and put a button on the strat (I assume it would cost less to just get a volume knob with a button in it than a whole new switch drilled into the guitar)? What would be a fair price?

Also, I know this technically isn't the forum for this question, but would doing it myself necessarily be that difficult?

Thanks,
ReChord
#2
You could do it yourself. The only difference is the potentiometer has to be push-pull (or you install a switch, which would require you to drill a hole through the pickguard) and it changes the wiring a bit.
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#3
^Yeah, look up a diagram for it. If you can replace a pup you can do this.
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