#1
My friend wants to put an EMG pickup in his Epi Les Paul, but the pickup is a bridge pickup, and he wants it in the neck position. the reason for doing this is because he is getting the EMg for cheap, and he already has a seymour duncan in the bridge position. in short, dumb or smart idea?
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#3
first of all it won't work if the seymour duncan is a passive pu 'cause the emg 81 (i assume) is active but other than that it works out at the neck.
#4
the emg is active, and the seymour is passive
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#5
then you won't be able to use both without:

a) obscene volume differences
b) having to switch between, and not having the option of both (middle position).

you can, but you may as well just buy a second and replace them both, or none.
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then you won't be able to use both without:

a) obscene volume differences
b) having to switch between, and not having the option of both (middle position).

you can, but you may as well just buy a second and replace them both, or none.

+1

An active in the bridge and a passive in the neck would be just about doable if you could sort out the wiring headache, but a high output active in the neck and a passive in the bridge....no way.
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