#1
Hey guys, i am thinking about coil-splitting one of my humbucker guitars, and I was wondering, is it better to split the screw or stud coils of both pickups, or a combination of the two? Thanx in advance
#2
Whoops, I meant if I coil split a humbucker, is it better to have the stud or screw coil the active one. Sorry bout that I was in a hurry
#3
depends on the tone you want, i guess. splitting the screw would give you more options for tweaking, but you also want to pay attention to where the coil is, the screw ones are normally closer to the bridge in the bridge pickup (equals brighter tone) and closer to the neck in the neck pickup (equals warmer tone).

some guitars will let you split different coils, if you could find some of them they'd be worth a try.
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