Is the cavity for this guitar the same depth as Les Paul built for full-size humbucker? The bridge cavity was already altered for width. What tool besides a router can I use to open it up just a tiny bit more? Thanks. Original I bought 2 full-size Duncan antiquity humbuckers for my 1978 Gibson Les Paul but the bridge cavity isn't big/deep enough. My uncle is a carpenter with a router, is this something I can trust him to do or do I need to go to a luthier? What do you think that would cost (I can install pickups myself)? Other info I usually judge the tone to be inferior to other quality humbucker guitars (it sounds nasally) but I've never ever played a guitar that felt any better. I've always had other full size humbuckers in bridge so I thought I could at least stick it in there if not perfectly. I would prefer not to sell because of the feel and because my Dad passed it on to me when I was 11 but ya know... tone. The neck cavity was already carved for full-size humbuckers. How much would resale value go down by carving another cavity? This is my only guitar worth more than like $200. Thanks a bunch.