#1
to have a volume and a tone for each pickup, as opposed to a master for the both of them?
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#3
yea look up the les paul schematic its not too hard http://emgpickups.com/content/wiringdiagrams/EMG-ZWset_r0230-0039C.pdf
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#5
Thanks guys
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#6
Make sure your guitar has 4 pots already, unless you want to bust out the drill.
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#7
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Make sure your guitar has 4 pots already, unless you want to bust out the drill.


Kind of obvious, yes But thank you.
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