#1
So I've got a guitar with a push/pull split coil toggle on it.... It makes the guitar infinitely more versatile...

My question is, other than having a possibly hollow single coil tone, are there any negatives to having this feature?

Why don't more guitar manufacturers have this as a standard?
#2
My Ibanez has split coil option on it, when I'm playing without distortion it sounds beautiful, but when i split the coil wit distortion on I find theres quite a lot more unwanted noise which is a shame. Thats the only draw back i can think of though.
#3
i'm guessing 'cos it costs them a bit more. if you're making thousands of guitars, a few cents here and there make a big difference to the bottom line.
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