#1
Do ALL Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus/traditional PRO feature coil splitting switch/push-pull switches? Just wondering.
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#2
To the best of my knowledge, the PRO designation means coil splits. The PRO models replaced the Standards a couple years ago, with that being the primary difference.
#3
The pro guitars do have coil splits, yes. But it isn't much of a selling point. The humbuckers in almost all guitars can be split with a pretty simple mod.
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#4
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The pro guitars do have coil splits, yes. But it isn't much of a selling point. The humbuckers in almost all guitars can be split with a pretty simple mod.
Prior to the Pro models, I'm pretty sure Epiphone used two-conductor pickups on their Standard models. I don't know if that's still the case with models that lack coil splits, but if it is it obviously makes the mod somewhat more difficult.
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Prior to the Pro models, I'm pretty sure Epiphone used two-conductor pickups on their Standard models. I don't know if that's still the case with models that lack coil splits, but if it is it obviously makes the mod somewhat more difficult.

It's why I said almost all.

2 conductor is far less common these days.
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#6
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Yeah, I just wanted to suggest that if we're specifically talking about Epiphones it could still be an issue
#7
Thanks guys, do they make the HOTCH humbuckers for a standard les Paul? I'm o Ly asking because I'm debating about getting one, last time I bought a new one was in 07/08.
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#9
Oh is it? Idk lol sorry!
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