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Let me start with the stupidest question. I haven't been the same since prof said "There ARE no stupid questions". I asked a question (170 IQ), and he goes "That was a stupid question". And he was NOT foolin around. sorry. What does RWRP mean? And why do people want to put their neck pickups in parallel? There's more modding after that, I could tell ya, but . . .my response halfway thru vid, and just now halfway thru SD thread, where nobody would answer my stupid questions. And I was paying attn ! Shite, I'm so easily distracted. Halfway thru either I thought why don't you just buy a strat? Or yuk, put a single coil in for the neck pup??

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