#1
On schecters website it says the middle position of the five way switch is one coil from each pickup in series. Would it sound different for it to be both pickups fully. Like all 4 coils (both coils from each humbucker) running together. How is the middle position of a les paul wired?
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#2
The middle position of an LP is both humbuckers, which does in fact sound different from two single-coils. If you want the two-humbucker position you have to either rewire your guitar or get the c-1 plus instead.
#3
Quote by pac108
On schecters website it says the middle position of the five way switch is one coil from each pickup in series.
yes. it's kinda like having a normal HB pickup, but separating the coils by a sizeable distance.

Quote by pac108
Would it sound different for it to be both pickups fully. Like all 4 coils (both coils from each humbucker) running together.
yes, but i doubt you'll be able to wire it that way. the C1 classic uses a megaswitch P. it's a special switch designed to do the "PRS" combinations.


Quote by pac108
On schecters website it says the middle position of the five way switch is one coil from each pickup in series. Would it sound different for it to be both pickups fully. Like all 4 coils (both coils from each humbucker) running together. How is the middle position of a les paul wired?
the middle position of a LP has both pickups in parallel, both HBs keep their 2 coils wired in series - not split to single coil.
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