#1
Hey all. I just baught a new LP copy and I've decided I really dont like the sound of humbuckers haha. Whats the best way to get a single coil-ish sound out of it if there is one? Muchas gracias anything at all is very appreciated!
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#2
Take the LP back and buy a Strat or Tele.
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#3
There are much better guitars to buy than a LP if you like single coils (Strat). Maybe since it's an LP copy it just has crappy humbuckers. That's probably why you dont like how they sound.
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#4
How about u make a coil switch and get some Duncuns (as an example) with 4 cables. I have that done on ALL my guitars. It's cool cos u can go from single coil to humbucker. NIce
#5
^^ yea my stepdad has something like that. But I'm kind of on a budget haha. Thanks though
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#6
p90s might work
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#8
P-90's or you can get new humbuckers and coil split them.
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#9
If it's brand new, I'm sure you can take it back and buy a Fender or something, yea?
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Don't be afraid to care"

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