#1
Does an actual pickup exist that is a double P90 in the same way a humbucker can be thought of as a double single coil? I saw this on Matt Bellamy's Kaoss guitar, and it looks really interesting. Anybody seen/tried any guitars with a similar pickup concept?

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#3
Wow, that's pretty interesting. I'd be interested to hear sound clips.

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#4
They make stacked p90s and ones that look like humbuckers with 2 rows of magnets. But it kind of defeats the point of getting P90s. They dont have the tone of single coil p90s.
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Quote by Tackleberry
They make stacked p90s and ones that look like humbuckers with 2 rows of magnets. But it kind of defeats the point of getting P90s. They dont have the tone of single coil p90s.

That's not what I'm going for, I mean literally 2 P90s next to each other wired together. I'm guessing it would just have massive output, but I'm curious to see what a pickup that senses such a large area of string would sound like.

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