#1
So the other day i decided to purchase a Gibson Dirty Fingers humbucker to put in the bridge of my Epiphone G-400. I've never soldered anything before but the swap went fine, took me about 15 minutes. After having played it for a day or two and realizing how easy soldering is I think i want to wire it for coil-splitting. Does anyone know where i can find instructions on how to do this? Also i don't want to do any actual drilling on the wood, so does someone know how i can install a switch to change between the humbucker and single coil?
#2
guitarelectronics.com.

As long as your Dirty Fingers is a 4 wire humbucker, you'll be fine.

You'll need a DPDT switch of some sort to change it to single coil. You can either install a seperate toggle in your guitar, which will require a new hole, or you can order a DPDT push/pull pot from smallbearelec.com. It will replace one of your volume controls (or tone) so that way, there's no visible change to the guitar.
#4
thanks for the advice. How does your guitar sound? especially since i was thinking about getting a gibson classic plus for nice classic rock sounds in my neck p/u.