#1
as the title suggests, will this work? lol

i recently had a d-activated intstalled on the bridge and was told by a guitar luthier that the spacing of the actuall pickup poles was wrong.

i now need to sell this pickup and buy some that actually fit.

thanks for any hel[pm possible
#2
does the pacifica have 2 humbuckers?
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does the pacifica have 2 humbuckers?


The only pictures that I found were HSS. However it could always be routed to fit a second humbucker.

Also, since its got a vintage style trem, wouldn't he need trembuckers instead of humbuckers?
#4
no because that is a car

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No, its a guitar made by Yamaha.


i know, i was being stupid

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#8
LUL WUT THE **** IS TREM****ER, DOES THAT SHIT EVEN DO br0000000000t@@@@@@lzzzzzzzzzz

.....sorry about that....yes...yes it indeed has a vintage style trem and hss set up
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LUL WUT THE **** IS TREM****ER, DOES THAT SHIT EVEN DO br0000000000t@@@@@@lzzzzzzzzzz


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#10
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What!?


I think he was clowning around and forgot the last part of his post. I think he didn't even notice the "Edit" button either.
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The only pictures that I found were HSS. However it could always be routed to fit a second humbucker.

Also, since its got a vintage style trem, wouldn't he need trembuckers instead of humbuckers?

yes it does need Trembuckers AKA F-Spaced Humbuckers
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A trembucker is the same thing as a humbucker with the exception of the pole spacings. The saddle spacings on a trem are a wee bit farther apart than that of a standard bridge (I believe). Therefore you need a trembucker instead of a humbucker. Most humbuckers also come in a trembucker form.
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A trembucker is the same thing as a humbucker with the exception of the pole spacings. The saddle spacings on a trem are a wee bit farther apart than that of a standard bridge (I believe). Therefore you need a trembucker instead of a humbucker. Most humbuckers also come in a trembucker form.


thank you very much metal will, and yeh i was fooling around and forgot the rest lol sorry
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A trembucker is the same thing as a humbucker with the exception of the pole spacings. The saddle spacings on a trem are a wee bit farther apart than that of a standard bridge (I believe). Therefore you need a trembucker instead of a humbucker. Most humbuckers also come in a trembucker form.


Before the TS asks, trembuckers only apply for the bridge position pickup. Doesn't apply for neck position.

Also, the whole pole spacing thing is really just cosmetic in nature. It won't impact your tone the least even if you use a normal spacing humbucker in your bridge position. Unless you do mad 4 step bends or something like that.
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