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I plan on putting a seymour duncan phat cat for the neck into the middle position of my epiphone les paul black beauty. I was reading up on the phat cat and apparently it is reverse wound to the bridge pickup. So would it make a out of phase, "clucky", sort of sound with the bridge humbucker, sort of like a strat? and would it do the same with the neck humbucker?
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I mean the out of phase sound you'd get in a regular black beauty with the middle and bridge pickup. I guess i'm going for a sound similar to that of a stratocaster sound in positions 2 and 4.
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If it is reverse wound compared to the bridge pickup, then yes, it should be out of phase.
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Out of phase with the bridge humbucker? or both the bridge and neck?
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I mean the out of phase sound you'd get in a regular black beauty with the middle and bridge pickup. I guess i'm going for a sound similar to that of a stratocaster sound in positions 2 and 4.


if you looking for position 2 and 4 kinda sound, wire a switch in for parallel and series wiring if your humbucker has 4 wires.
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