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My headstock model has of course a hum. single.hum configuration. I've used this guitar as my go to since 1997.It has ruined me for other guitars..it needs work but I am worried about changing the way it plays etc...is there any special wiring I have to worry about and are they stock pickups?

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[quote name='briandoyle' timestamp='1471616576' post='1792666']
My headstock model has of course a hum. single.hum configuration. I've used this guitar as my go to since 1997.It has ruined me for other guitars..it needs work but I am worried about changing the way it plays etc...is there any special wiring I have to worry about and are they stock pickups?
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Hi Brian (?),

it's hard to tell if "they" (pickups) are stock without seeing a pic of your guitar. I'd say 95% of all GS-7T and GS-7Z guitars have a n EMG 89 / SA / 89R configuration as a standard, like this one: [url="http://www.headless-europe.eu/Steinieland/Pics_GS-7TA_blue.html"]GS-7TA[/url]. However, I own one which came originally with passive pickups: [url="http://www.headless-europe.eu/Steinieland/Pics_GS-7TH_black.html"]GS-7TH[/url]. For the EMG version I once made a drawing of the wiring (same as on a GM-7), which I could dig out if required.

Bernd

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