#1
This might sound like a stupid question, but would it be possible to split a humbuckers into two functioning single coils? And if so, could I, for example, put the two pickups into the bridge and middle pickup positions of a Strat and set the pickup selector to position two and have it work how would if it were not split?
#2
No, but even if you could it would sound crappy, just like splitting buckers w/ a 4 conductor is anyway.
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#3
I'm not sure that I understand what you are asking.
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#4
Quote by Cathbard
I'm not sure that I understand what you are asking.

Could you buy one humbucker pickup (eg DiMarzio Super Distortion), and then take it apart into two single coil pickups?
#5
No. Buy a 4 wire pickup. Trying to modify a pickup will end in tears, the wiring inside a pickup is fine like hair.
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