#1
ya i have an eastwood guitar (i have no idea what it is..) and it has a couple of really ****ty pickups on it (there single coil again i dunno wut kind) and iw as wondering if EMG 81, 60 will fit on my guitar? or do all pickups fit on all guitars?

sry i am a nobo with the hardware side of guitars
#2
Theres 2 kinds of pickups, humb(f)uckers and single coils. Humbuckers will simply not fit into single coil slots.
#3
No, EMG 81's and 60's are humbucking pickups, they have 2 coils. You said you guitar had single coils so you should go with somthing like EMG S3's and S4's if you want EMG's
#4
so theres no way to get humbuckers into my single coil slots? damnit looks liek i should jsut buy a new guitar *cough* esp explorer *cough*
#5
Have a look at some Dimarzio virtual vintage pickups there single coil and give a nice rich sound, there noiseless too so you wont get a 50hz buzz or feedback.

for the bridge pickup try putting a hotrail in there as you would want a humbucker sound around that area.

try these hotrails: Dimarzio fasttrackers and Seymour duncan - jeff becks
- Satch is awsome -
#7
you can put HB pickups in but youll have to rout the sucker...and thats only good if it only has 2 pickups or if it has a pick guard...otherwise youll have a big hole in your axe
#8
You could always wirte two single coil pickups out of phase. It sounds very different, but it technically is humbucking....=P