#1
is the whole thing similar to a guitar with a coil-splitter? My old Hellraiser had that, and if I'm correct, I played a Reverand guitar at a shop and the guy showed me this switch that allowed more bass response to a thinner sound

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Last edited by jcp42877 at Sep 28, 2009,
#2
Yes, it's a variable coil split.
It allows you to blend the amount of split on both pups for a very wide array of tones, especially with both neck and bridge pups engaged.
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#3
So VCC switch acts as your tone switch, and the knobs that would be normal tone knobs on a guitar will affect the amount of splitting on a VCC guitar..correct?

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#4
its very good, ive used afew Washys with it built in, gives a very coil split effect and very nice when you get the controls right but for me i prefer my knobs full way up so i dont have any use for them.

very good feature though
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#5
I have a question as well (not trying to derail the thread)... What does it mean when you have a "parallel connected" humbucker? My Ibanez has a 5 way switch and between the neck and middle selections on the switch, you have this one as well.