Is the SE Custom 24 - with its ability to coil tap the pickups - significantly more versatile than the SE Santana Guitars (either the SE Santana Singlecut Trem, which I really like, or the SE Santana)??? Scenario: I mostly goof around on guitar and serenade my neighbors... against their will. I like classic rock, and 80's alternative, and a lot of the songs "inspired" by African music (like a lot of Paul Simon's Graceland or Talking Heads Nothing But Flowers), and some jangly stuff like REM I have an Ibanez AS93 Semi-Hollow body (similar to a Gibson 335) with dual humbuckers that I like a lot. And looking for a second guitar that has humbuckers but can give me a decent approximation of the single coil sound when I need it, and that also has a good tremolo bar. I love the humbucker sound of the SE Santana Singlecut Trem, but it doesn't have coil taps. Is that something easy to do just by re-soldering some wires and replacing the tone potentiometer??? The SE Custom 24 has a coil tap and it SOUNDS more versatile (in the youtube videos I have seen), but then again it seems like EVERYONE says you MUST replace the pickups with Seymour Duncans or Vaughn Skows. Are the Santana "S" pickups or the TCI “S” pickups much better than those 85/15 “S” pickups in the SE Custom 24??? Other people say you REALLY should replace the tuners with replacement locking tuners from PRS. Is that true too? Also, I noticed that the SE Santana Singlecut Trem is all mahogany, for both the body and the neck, while the SE Santana is Mahogany / Maple Body with Mahogany neck, and the SE Custom 24 is Mahogany + Maple Body and Maple neck. Does this affect the tones or how likely it is to neck diving? Thanks in advance and sorry for all the noob questions.