#2
Labor fees.

usually about 30 bucks an hour and they usually say 2 hours for 2 pickups. They'll probably throw in a set up and a new set of strings. That'll run you about 30+10 for the strings.

You're looking at about 100 bucks if you get the set up and strings.

60 bucks would be bare minimum.


Or, you know, you could just do it yourself for free.
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#3
Shop: $50 - $90 depending on where you go.

You: Free.

EDIT: Oh, Hatebreeder got here first.
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#4
Will the humbuckers fit in your guitar? If they need to route your guitar its gonna cost way more.
#5
They should fit I think.
Someone gave me some gibson pickups because they put emgs in there SG
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They should fit I think.
Someone gave me some gibson pickups because they put emgs in there SG


oooh, what pickups?

burstbucker/bb pro?

490r/500t?
#7
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oooh, what pickups?

burstbucker/bb pro?

490r/500t?


It's from an SG.


If it's a Special or a Faded, It'll be 490T 490R
If it's a Standard, It'll be 500T 490R
If it's a '61 Reissue, it'll have '57 Classics.

Only the VOS has Burstbuckers.


I'm willing to bet they're 490T 490R.


Followed by a 500T 490R.
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#8
I wouldn't honestly pay more than $60USD for pickups install and setup with new strings (provided by me at my expense, assuming I wasn't significantly changing gauges, which would be more expensive as more setup work is required)