So, without boring you with the details I have a Maverick F1 (two humbucker superstrat type guitar) but want to install a singlecoil in the neck position, however I want to retain the original look of the guitar so have been researching single-coils that look like humbuckers. I haven't really been able to find any, so the other day I thought why can't I just attach a neck single-coil I already own (Fender Texas special) onto a humbucker chassis with a row of dummy coils below it to make it look like a humbucker? So, armed with my Texas Special neck pickup and an old broken humbucker given to me by a friend I've started the project. Here's how I've got on so far: Photo 1: The broken humbucker I'm gutting to fit the singe-coil into/make the dummy coil from Photo 2: After removing bar magnet and unscrewing from chassis Photo 3: Dummy coil after having unwound all the wire Photo 4: Dummy coil held next to the Fender Texas Special I'm installing. The singe-coil is ever so slightly wider than the humbucker coil but it should all fit okay.