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    hemmi
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    Smile Bridge out of phase with a bypass push/pull

    I have a question regarding out of phase mods. can you put the bridge out of phase insted of the neck (i have a 59 sh01 neck pickup and a jb sh04 bridge).
    the bridge is a 4 conductor and the neck is a single conductor.
    so i want to know if that would work.

    i also saw this bridge bypass on the 2012 lp std. so basicly if you pull the bridge tone up the circut gets bypassed and the bridge output is the only thing that goes out at 100%volume and 100%tone.

    any help would be greatly appreciated

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    Default Re: Bridge out of phase with a bypass push/pull

    Welcome to the forum.

    What you want is pretty straightforward:
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    hemmi
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    Default Re: Bridge out of phase with a bypass push/pull

    thank you.

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    hemmi
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    Default Re: Bridge out of phase with a bypass push/pull

    i actualy did some moar digging online and found this on the seymour duncan website. http://www.seymourduncan.com/support...itching_for_hb

    the output from there would go through another push pull which would direct it either out (bypass the circut) or into the volume pot (and be either in or out of phase)

    i got the bypass figured out

    bridge out O - O output in (output from the 3 way switch)
    ...bridge in O - O output out
    empty one O - O bridge in (connected by wire to the other bridge in to be able to connect to output out )

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