#1
Hi, I'm currently planning on giving my B.C. Rich Warlock a much deserved overhaul and was wondering if push-pull pots are worth a try. I will be fitting some green BKP Nailbombs. Also, are push-pulls good for both neck and bridge?
B.C. Rich Warlock
Marshall MG100HDFX
Randall RX-412
Boss MT-2
#2
Having done just that (different guitar and pups) I'd say:

If it is the only guitar you have, go and split both. With both single coils engaged it may give a nice twangy telecaster sound. (Not anything guys with Warlocks seek, eh )

If this is just your power axe, I wouldn't bother.

Generally, I think most elaborate switching options remain unused in a long term.
#3
Push-pull pots are also twice as deep as regular pots. See if you have enough depth on the body for them.
If coil tapping two humbuckers, remember to wire them out of of phase with each other when played together, so they act as one big humbucker.
Good luck.
#4
Quote by Guitbuilder
If coil tapping two humbuckers, remember to wire them out of of phase with each other when played together, so they act as one big humbucker.
Good luck.

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You mean reverse polarity? Coils within a humbucker are not out of phase.