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  • Installing Livewire Metal Humbucker

    I bought a Livewire Metal Humbucker which I am trying to have installed.

    I read somewhere in the tech tips section that generally, 500K pots should be used for humbuckers but my Livewire Metal came with just 100K and the diagrams that came with the package also says just 100K. Which should I follow?

    also, the guitar i bought has a Hum-Single-Hum configuration but with only 1 volume and 1 tone pot. I do not intend to use any other pick-up but the Livewire Metal Humbucker i bought so I intend to cut off the wiring of the other pick-ups. Would it be safe to do this?

    What is the best way for me to wire my Livewire Humbucker and kill the 2 other pick-ups that came with the guitar without causing problems such as humming and other similar headaches? Thanks and please respond asap guys. I've got my guitar open already and my soldering iron is already hot. =)

    jon
    makapangyarihan
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    Last edited by makapangyarihan; 03-12-2004, 11:30 AM.

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    Hails man
    i do not knwo about that because i do not install my own pickups.
    but... HEJ GUYS, HELP THIS BRO TO INSTALL HIS FIRST PICKUP.
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    • #3
      Use the 100k pots that come with the pickup bro, 500k pots are just a general reccomendation for passive humbuckers. I run a guitar with a single EMG and a disconnected stock passive pickup in the neck and I haven't come across any problems. I simply yanked all the old electronics from the cavity and installed the ones which came with the EMG (pots, battery clip and output jack). I taped off the wire from the disconnected stock pickup and tucked it away in a spare corner of the cavity. Just make sure you have space for the two 9v batteries in there (which shouldn't be a problem).
      Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.

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