Here's my problem: I recently picked up a 1996 Epiphone G-1275. It's their version of the Gibson EDS-1275, AKA the Jimmy Page doubleneck...or, according to your musical tastes, the Don Felder doubleneck or John McLaughlin doubleneck. Before I got the guitar, the pups on the 6-string side were replaced with Gibson 490s, and they sound great. The 12-string side still has the stock Epi pups, and they sound...not so great. Bland and lifeless. I'm looking at some different pickups to throw in there. I know for sure that I want to have the option of splitting the coils on the 12-string pups. I don't care so much about splitting the coils on the 6-string...and anyway, the Gibson pups came out of a Faded SG, so they are only 2-wire conductor (the 490s that are sold as pickups alone are 4-wire, not the ones installed in Gibson guitars). So here's where it gets sticky: the only wiring diagram I've been able to find is for the Gibson EDS-1275: http://www.gibson.com/Files/schematics/EDS-1275sch.pdf This differs from the Epi because the Gibson has one pickup selector switch for both necks. The Epi has two switches, one for each neck. The Gibson has the pickups wired to all 4 pots. On the Epi, the upper two pots are for the 12-string pups, the lower pots are for the 6-string pups. I assume I should be able to get coil splitting by installing a push/pull pot for the 12-string tone pot. I'm just not sure how to adapt the wiring in the Gibson diagram. This is much more involved than anything I've tried before. I'd like to do the wiring myself AND keep what little sanity I have left. Any help is appreciated!