Taylor Guitar company recently started making pickups for their electric guitars, the T3 and Solidbody Series. Style 1 is a minibucker I know nothing about. Style 3 is a single coil. Style 2 is a traditional humbucker with coil-splitting options. They make HG (High Gain) and HD (High Definition) varients for both the bridge and the neck in Style 2. They are a standard 4 wire/ground configuration for wiring purposes. The wires are colored in exactly the same manner as Seymour Duncan, that is: Black: North Coil Start Green: South Coil Start White: North Coil End Red: South Coil Finish Thick Black: Drain/ground/braided/shield The Style 2 HG (High Gain) Bridge runs at 10,350 ohms when run as a standard humbucker. The HG bridge has larger poles and omits the standard adjustable screws in the single coil. The Style 2 HD (High Def) Neck runs at 6,350 ohms when run as a standard humbucker. The HD Neck does have the adjustable poles on the single coil. The leads are long enough on these pickups to comfortably wire a standard sized Les Paul. the neck is quite a bit shorter once it reaches the pot-pocket on the back of the Paul, but it is workable without extensions assuming you have cut the Molex connector off properly. You may find the need to split the outer rubber insulation back in order to solder correctly. Also, the pups fit just fine in the standard mounting brackets. UPDATE:I soldered the pups in as the Seymour Duncan guide said to and the pups work fine. I'll get a chance this afternoon to see what the tonal quality is like. It's late and I am only doing basic wiring. They're going to be wired like this for now, but when the push-pulls come I'll have them wired for coil-splitting fun. I hope to have tonal reviews and thoughts soon.