#1
my friend has 2 guitar
-one with good humbucker pickups
-one with crappy single coils

we want to transplant the neck humbucker
to the bridge position of the other guitar

neither of us have any idea of how to do this, beside solder some things and cut some other things

help please
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#2
id get a new single-coil. It won't look pretty if u have to route for it i dont think. Unless u have a pickguard on it like a Strat's.
#3
Quote by TheCondors
my friend has 2 guitar
-one with good humbucker pickups
-one with crappy single coils

we want to transplant the neck humbucker
to the bridge position of the other guitar

neither of us have any idea of how to do this, beside solder some things and cut some other things

help please


You have 2 potential problems...

1 - the other guitar may not be routed for a humbucker
2 - a neck pickup won't necessarily sound good in the bridge position due to the voicing and output level.

You'd probably be better off either replacing like for like or getting a humbucker that's specifically designed for the bridge...what you're currently planning probably isn't worth the effort.
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#4
more info:

the humbucker guitar does not have a pickgaurd,
while the ****ty single coil is set like a strat

does taht change anything?
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