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The pickups are made in Korea by ‘ARTEC’  these are one of the biggest manufactures of pickups who usually supply most guitar factories
they are very well made and sound as good as most top brands.

Whatever colour wire is soldered to the white wire is the split (Coil Tap)
The other coloured wire which will be ( Green or red) is the live
The other wire left are the earths
If your not splitting the coils just tape the coil tap wire up but keep the wires soldered together

Hi if you have the flat poles on your humbuckers you can fit the No1 covers, if you have 6 raised screws on one side of your humbuckers you will need the No2 and No3 covers but measure from the outsides of the E poles and make sure the neck is 55mm and the bridge is 57mm

Alnico magnets are made of metal and the ceramics are ceramic, The Alnico have more control and are cleaner and do clean up when turned down
The  Alnico  has more trebly/midrange bite. Ceramic magnets bleed more and are more trebly/biting, 
In general.Alnico can sound good distorted or clean, but ceramic pickups generally produce a tone that isn’t as good clean, but are great for heavy distortion, that's why most metal bands use them.

A500k audio vol posts and B500k tones for all humbuckers 
A250k audio vol posts and B250k tones for all single coils
Basically the higher the pot the brighter the sound, the lower the pot the warmer the sound
So strats are quite trebbly with the single coils so they have 250k pots.
I would put all 500k pots on your guitar

general “rule-of-thumbs”:

1Meg = very bright sounding
500K = bright sounding
250K = warm, vintage sounding

1Meg = bright HB...shrill SC
500K = warm HB...bright SC
250K = muddy HB, warm SC

HB = humbucker
SC = single coil

You can return the parts for a refund. 
please include the order number in with the return and a note stating what you wish to do
and return to:

73 Fowler Street
South Shields
Tyne and Wear
NE33 1NT