#1
I wonder if anyone can give me a clear example between the sound of a regular bridge position humbucker(in an LP if possible) and a coil tap bridge position humbucker(again, preferably in an LP)?
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#2
Less output, not humbucking, maybe a little harsher. I'm not a fan of coil tapped 'buckers, I haven't seen one that compared to a good single coil, IMO.
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#4
a little chimier, percussive. less output though.
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#5
ah that video does great, thanks very much!
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#6
I have my 57 RI goldtop neck pickup tapped. Its definately not as good as a true singlecoil but ive gotten great tones with the pickup selector in the middle and a little chorus. Sounds beautiful.
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