#1
OK. i have a Jackson: JS32T Rhoads Electric Guitar. Iwas wanting to know if the Kirk Hammett EMG pickup's would fit on my guitar
#2
I'm pretty sure they would yes. Unless I am mistaken, most humbuckers are fairly similar in size, if not identical.
#4
thats a hard call, but why are you putting branded pups in an JS anyway?
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#5
Yes, EMG's use the standard humbucker form factor, and there might be enough space for the battery since EMG's use smaller sized pots.

thats a hard call, but why are you putting branded pups in an JS anyway?

Some people do that in case if they want to get a better guitar later, but they wonna keep the pickups.
#6
Because i feel the stock pickup's are not enough for the sound i want. I was gonna get the ZW emgs but was thinking the KH21 emg pickups would be better even though the ZW are cheaper.

An like the guy above me said when i get a better guitar ill wanna keep them.
#7
As long as the guitar's routed for a bridge and neck humbucker, sure.

I assume you do have a very good high-gain amplifier, since it would be foolish and a waste of time, money and effort to install EMGs otherwise; but certainly you know that, don't you?
#9
Yes, it will fit fine. My suggestion though is to trade the 81 for an 85 and put the 85 in the bridge. IMO it's a richer sound. You can also now custom order your pickup/control setup but I don't know how much more it costs. Good luck, I had the KH21 set for a couple years and enjoyed it (just moved on from the EMG thing).