#1
Hi, i have an Epiphone G-400 and for a while now the volume/tone controls have been crackling, cutting out or not doing anything at all to change my sound.Instead of just replacing the pots and wires, i was thinking about using Jimmy Pages wiring setup, following the diagrams found here and here (scroll down a bit for the second one).I think it would be interesting to get more sounds out of the guitar, as i prefer open coils or single coils than humbuckers (They are factory standard Gibson Alnico's atm).Is this a good way? Just bought the push pull pots off ebay so itl be a few days before they arrive, any tips or anything else i should now? I 've only really had a few fixes/slight modifications to do on it such as a volume calibrator (to solve the crackling/cutting out) and a passive overdrive unit (for a laugh), I believe push pull pots are a bit trickier? Any help at all would be welcome,especially if youve done something like this before before
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#2
Two problems with your stock pickups..

1. They're two conductor, so they can't be split, unless you make them four conductor (I think That_Pink_Queen had a tutorial somewhere on here).

2. They're chrome covered, but they're easy to remove.
These go to eleven...