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Hi all, I'm totally new to this forum, I have a question about my humbuckers. I have an H-H configured (2 four wire humbuckers) Jackson guitar on a 3 way blade selector switch, 1 vol 1 tone. I am told I can coil-split one or both of these to give me a "single coil" mode using push-pull type potentiometers. My neck pickup is a 9.6kOhm and my bridge a 16kOhm. Which one should I think about splitting? Or both? Any help is appreciated guys. And any shove in the direction of wiring diagrams too! Thanks.
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Quote by blackNchrome
Hi all, I'm totally new to this forum, I have a question about my humbuckers. I have an H-H configured (2 four wire humbuckers) Jackson guitar on a 3 way blade selector switch, 1 vol 1 tone. I am told I can coil-split one or both of these to give me a "single coil" mode using push-pull type potentiometers. My neck pickup is a 9.6kOhm and my bridge a 16kOhm. Which one should I think about splitting? Or both? Any help is appreciated guys. And any shove in the direction of wiring diagrams too! Thanks.


I say do both. It can't huty. This way you can see which position you like the best!

Also setting up a coil split isn't too diffucult. There should be 2 wires that are wrapped together that arn't connected to anything. Unwrap them and get a 2 way switch. Then solder them to the right positions.
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Last edited by Jarrodthebobo at Jul 16, 2011,