#2
The 2008 models have different pickups that can be coil split.
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#3
EMGs don't let you coil-tap them, if you really want to coil-tap, you'll have to find another pickup.
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#4
the EMG 89 is the tapable one sounds like either an EMG 85 humbucker or an SA single coil, the old model had an 85 which is not coil tapable
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#5
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the EMG 89 is the tapable one sounds like either an EMG 85 humbucker or an SA single coil, the old model had an 85 which is not coil tapable


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#6
Quote by opticon
EMGs don't let you coil-tap them, if you really want to coil-tap, you'll have to find another pickup.


Wrong.

Both the 81TW and the 89 that come in the 2008 Hellraisers are coil-splittable.
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#7
EMG 89, EMG 81TW, and EMG707TW can all be split. The 81TW and 707TW are new for this year.
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#8
i have a hellraiser fr that doesn't coil split, hell its not like it makes a whole lot of difference anyway. btw that devil spine looks ****ing sweet