#1
So I'm getting a new Rockfield Fat-ass pickup for my Jackson Kelly pretty soon and I'm not sure what to do with the old pickup. I've put thought into putting the old Jackson pickup into my Schecter. The only thing stopping me is that the Schecter has Active pups and the Jackson's are passive. Both pickups are Duncan-Design. The Schecter runs 2 EMG-like pickups 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3 way. The Jackson has 2 Humbuckers, 1 volume, 3 way.

any help is greatly appreciated.
Guitar:
Ibanez S-Series 7 String
Pedals/other:
Morley Power Wah Volume
Gemini Dual Channel EQ
Boss TU-2
Amp:
Peavey 5150 120 watt combo (considering sale)
#2
somebody?
Guitar:
Ibanez S-Series 7 String
Pedals/other:
Morley Power Wah Volume
Gemini Dual Channel EQ
Boss TU-2
Amp:
Peavey 5150 120 watt combo (considering sale)
#4
Is it possible to combine active and passive pickemups in the same guitar?
Guitar:
Ibanez S-Series 7 String
Pedals/other:
Morley Power Wah Volume
Gemini Dual Channel EQ
Boss TU-2
Amp:
Peavey 5150 120 watt combo (considering sale)
#5
i've looked around google only to be left with misleading responses. C'mon UG, help?

pleeeaase?!
Guitar:
Ibanez S-Series 7 String
Pedals/other:
Morley Power Wah Volume
Gemini Dual Channel EQ
Boss TU-2
Amp:
Peavey 5150 120 watt combo (considering sale)
#6
it's a hassle to combine active and passive together. but it's do-able.
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#8
Thank you so very much for the help.
Just to make sure I understand; it is possible but it might not be easy? And if i do get it wired right, i can't use both the bridge and the neck pickups at the same time, eh?
Guitar:
Ibanez S-Series 7 String
Pedals/other:
Morley Power Wah Volume
Gemini Dual Channel EQ
Boss TU-2
Amp:
Peavey 5150 120 watt combo (considering sale)