#1
Hello.

If I wanted to, hypothetically, put a set of HB sized p90s in an Epiphone Dot studio, would it be particularly difficult, and what pickups would you recommend to put in?
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#3
Can be rather tough

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#4
It's very easy if you just splice the original wires with the new ones. I have Gibson P-94s in my dot.
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#5
I highly recommend that pickup swap. It shouldn't be too hard since the Dot isn't fully hollow.

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#6
Thanks for the advice guys, I'm thinking of putting a p90 in the bridge while leaving the neck humbucker in, sound like a good idea?
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#7
[quote="'[= Tom ="]']Thanks for the advice guys, I'm thinking of putting a p90 in the bridge while leaving the neck humbucker in, sound like a good idea?

Some people would do it the other way round, but that sounds pretty good IMO.
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#10
Look into Seymour Duncan's H-90's, or Gibson P-94's (like Nick Valensi from the Strokes has in his Riviera).