#1
What do you exactly do? I'm not really exactly new to guitar but I've never really felt the need to change pick-ups. I guess I was always satisfied with my sound.
Anyways, do you need to solder anything or is it just like plugging stuff?

I'm talking about changing pickups in a Fender just incase it's different from other brands.
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#2
yea you need to solder stuff.
What is the pickup arrangement and what type of pickup are you putting it?
tbh I'm surprised you're not being beasted as there's tons of forums on this.
I changed the humbucker in my strat and found it was one of the easiest guitars to work on
#3
Wellllllllllllll, I'm not exactly sure what Pick-up I'm going to put in put it's a Humbucker one.
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#4
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Wellllllllllllll, I'm not exactly sure what Pick-up I'm going to put in put it's a Humbucker one.

It's always soldering. Usually when you order a pick, you either get the wiring diagram, or you're able to find them online. I just ordered a Seymour duncan Invader SH-8 & SH-2. Here's what the wiring diagram looks like, should provide enough info about the process:

http://www.seymourduncan.com/images/products/electric/humbuckers/501005-110.pdf

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#5
Quote by unicornfist
Wellllllllllllll, I'm not exactly sure what Pick-up I'm going to put in put it's a Humbucker one.

Do bear in mind that a humbucker is not going to fit your strats pickguard...
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#6
If it's a fat strat it will fit.
I put an invader in my fat strat.
If you google search humbucker wiring diagrams you'll find plenty, browse by pickup arrangement and brand untill you find the right pickup.
#7
Going by the rest of your rig and also your inexperience with them there's really no point changing pickups - it seems like you just want new ones because all the other cool kids are doing it.

If you're satisfied with your sound you don't change pickups, and even if you weren't satisfied a pickup change wouldn't solve the problem.
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