#1
Hey. I was wondering if anybody's had his problem. When I select one pickup, there's tons of feedback, but when I select two of them, there's none. Is there something wrong, or does this always happen? I have three single coils.

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#2
huh? what? Pickup?!
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#3
it's normal, it has something to do with feedback and all that tech stuff

my guitar does it to
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#4
its because when you slecect two the act as a humbucker reduced hum and feedback
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#5
Single coil pickups, because of design, produce a hum. When you select two of the pickups, they work together, kind of like a humbucker, and eliminate the hum...that's where "hum-buckers" get their name. So yeah, your guitar is fine.
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Single coil pickups, because of design, produce a hum. When you select two of the pickups, they work together, kind of like a humbucker, and eliminate the hum...that's where "hum-buckers" get their name. So yeah, your guitar is fine.

there are noisless sngle coil pickups tho so thats not always true

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#7
OK, cool. That makes sense.

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