#1
I was just wondering, can you wire 2 single coil pups together to make a humbucker?
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#2
^yea. wire two in series next to each other, reverse polarity in phase.
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#3
Quote by ECistheBest
^yea. wire two in series next to each other, reverse polarity in phase.



how do you do this? Do I need any special parts?
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#4
^just two single coils with reverse polarity. u can wire them in phase.
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#5
^^ alright thanks.
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#6
wait, I just looked at some diagrams and want to clear something up. One humbucker has 4 wires. 1 single coil has 2 wires. To reverse the polarity I just wire one of the single coils backwards? thanks for helping me. I am a noob when it comes to guitar electronics.
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