#1
if i were to coil split a humbucker, would i be able to get the single coil tones that you hear from a stratocaster?
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#2
why the **** would you want to do that?

i dont see why not, though.
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#3
for a lot of versatilty, dude
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why the **** would you want to do that?

i dont see why not, though.


To allow more versatilty.

Lets say yo uhave a guitar of H-H, and you want single coil, then you split it.
lets say you have H-S-H, you can SC on bridge or neck, then you split again.

I don't think it will sound the same though, if it's split to the one with reverse polarity.
#5
It works well, but you won't get the exact same tones. The magnets are set up differently.
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#6
but i'll get fairly close right?
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