#1
Hey guys

I have a '72 Tele copy from Japan, i'm going to use it as an experiment guitar, to fool around with, it currently has single coil pick ups, if i swap the bridge for a bridge that fits a humbucker could i put a P90 in it?

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#2
Not a standard P90, no. But there are many HB-sized P90s out there which would fit.
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#3
There's also the Seymour Duncan P-Rail, which has both a P90 coil and a rail-type single coil in a single humbucker size pickup. In addition, you can switch the two together to use it as a pretty respectable humbucker in both serial and parallel modes.
#4
bear in mind the 72 (if it's the one i'm thinking of) has wide range-sized humbuckers. normal humbucker-sized p90s probably won't fit, in other words.
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