#2
Their output levels [volume] will be mismatched, and you'll only be able to use one or the other
#3
yep, thats pretty much it, your volume levels are gonna be like... ZOMG different.
MY RIG:

Gibson Explorer '73 reissue, Classic White
Schecter Blackjack S1
Crate Stack


Thats noise violation in a box!
#4
So putting a SD blackout in my Jackson JS20 dinky would be bad idea unless I take out the other two pickups?
#5
Putting SD blackouts in your JAckson JS20 Dinky would be a bad idea because its an unimaginable waste of good money on a **** guitar.
#7
Quote by cheames
Putting SD blackouts in your JAckson JS20 Dinky would be a bad idea because its an unimaginable waste of good money on a **** guitar.


LOL thats mean

But true
#8
They can be mixed but most often they are not. The component values for active and passive pickups are different and it makes wiring a guitar with both more difficult.