#1
I have a schecter hellraiser guitar, is there any way to even up the volume of the pickups before and after i pull the push/pull pot?There's a significant volume drop and it keeps me away for using them,but i like the different tones..

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#2
You could rewire it to be a series/parallel switch instead of a coil split. You'll still get some volume drop, though, that's sort of the point.
#3
What does the push pull do?

on my Gibson, I got 3.. 2 of them split the coils, and one of them is a 10db boost...
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#4
Quote by Papabear505
What does the push pull do?

on my Gibson, I got 3.. 2 of them split the coils, and one of them is a 10db boost...


they just split the coils
#5
Quote by Roc8995
You could rewire it to be a series/parallel switch instead of a coil split. You'll still get some volume drop, though, that's sort of the point.


Yeah i know thats the idea but in live shows its a mess to use them...In recording its useful but live it's its a mess, the volume drop is to big :/
#6
PRS pickups don't have a huge difference in volume level when they are split
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#7
There's always going to be some difference in volume because you're effectively using half the pickup. (that's a really sketchy way of explaining it).
You could get a clean boost pedal or something and hit it whenever you're splitting the pickup to even out the volume. That would work.
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