So I just installed a pair of new Seymour Duncan Invaders in my Schecter Omen Extreme-FR and something happened that really surprised me. Sure they are awesome sounding for high gain hard rock and metal but when I engage the coil splitter on the guitar, and play clean it's probably the best clean tones I have ever heard. It's almost acoustic-like, almost akin to a piezo pickup or something. So crystaline and acoustic feeling. Made me want to investigate and see if someone (I bought the guitar used) installed piezos under the bridge but it has a FR so I dont think thats possible? This is the only guitar I have with a coil split so I am sure that I am just not that used to it but the stock Schecter labeled pickups sounded nothing like this with the coil split engaged. Being someone who has been in the IT Industry I always want to know "why" (ie the database is back up but no one did anything to fix it) something works the way it does. Any guesses? I surely didnt expect a pickup made for high gain brutality to sound so sweet for cleans when split.