#1
I have a dean with 2 hum.pickups .
I really like the bridge pickup but although the neck is good enough it has too much output for cleans (the only reason I have a neck pickup). So my question is ; instead of buying a four conductor pickup (so that I have coil split mode for cleans) can I Turn the 2conductor pickup I already have into a four conductor one ?
#2
if the neck has too much output, consider lowering it. that may help.

yes, it is possible to change a two conductor to a four, but it is a major pain in the ass. i haven't even bothered with it.
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I have a dean with 2 hum.pickups .
I really like the bridge pickup but although the neck is good enough it has too much output for cleans (the only reason I have a neck pickup). So my question is ; instead of buying a four conductor pickup (so that I have coil split mode for cleans) can I Turn the 2conductor pickup I already have into a four conductor one ?


It may cost you nearly as much as buying another pickup to have it converted, and it's not something you want to attempt yourself (judging from the fact that you're asking the question).