I'm with Mike on this. I use the split the most and love it.Little bit different on my end. I have two DGTs - one with 57/08s and one is stock. I love the split coil tones! Not that I don't love the humbuckers.
Same here. The split coils were the best part. I went to the shorter scale DC245 and that's a better fit for me.The coil splits are a big reason why I like the DGT, it's what makes it so useful and raises it above just another nice humbucker guit IMO. It's coil splits are among the most useful, best I've heard/played.
I would check the pickup impedance with all the positions... something seems very wrong. PM me if you need advise on how to easily do thisSpeaking of DGT pickups, and I don't mean to hijack this thread, but my DGT was recently refinished by PRS, and upon its return, I've noticed a huge volume drop when going from the neck to bridge pickup at similar volume levels on the knobs - something I don't notice before the refinish. Could they have mis-wired something when reassembling the guitar? I've got the bridge pickup raised to almost touching the strings and the neck pickup almost sink into the cavity, and the neck pickup is still 20% louder. Hence, my #1 has become my #0 - is this how the guitar rolls or do I have something wrong here?