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goatgoat

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  1. Thanks for the replies guys, and sorry for responding so late. Apparently the pickup I bought wasn't coil tappable (somehow I was under the impression that all Lace humbuckers were), so I just ended up installing it the normal way. Not disappointed with the outcome, it's still a great sounding pickup. Dealing with the f holes was a bitch though, they make really frustrating access point. I had to use forks and twist ties to get the switch and pots (the wiring was so short I also had totake them out to get access to switch) back in their places. I'm gonna give that switch and wiring a t
  2. Hi guys, noob guitar tech wanabee here. I've lurked around this forum for a while, always learning something new, and I finally got around to making a profile. Anyway, I just bought a Lace Alumitone Humbucker pickup for my Ibanez Artcore and have been thinking of doing the refit (in the neck position) myself instead of paying a tech to do it. But I also want the switch wired so that in the neck position you can hear the neck pickup, in the middle you can hear the outer coil of the neck pickup, and in the bridge you can hear the inner coil of the neck + the whole of the bridge. I'm still very n
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