After comparing the sound of my Epiphone 335 Pro to a Epiphone Sheraton with a Gibson Classic 57 pickup, I decided the tone on the neck pickup sucked and I needed to make some upgrades.
Luckily I had a Seymour Duncan Seth Lover Neck pickup laying around waiting for the next build, so I decided to drop it in and see if that was the tone I was searching for.
Now the Epiphone 335 Pro uses pots with little circuit boards and the pickups plug in as opposed to soldering. I used a plug kit from Scrinia Engineering to wire up my pickup. Frankly, it’s a lot easier to deal with a quick plug than soldering when it comes to semi-hollow or hollow-body guitars. No floss or tape or string!