So, I just got me a Klein Tri-State to put in the bridge of my Tele. For those of you who're too lazy to click the link, it's a single coil with two taps, giving an available three levels of output. Pretty cool concept, really.
Trouble is that I have no idea how to wire it and I can't find a wiring diagram on their site.
It has four wires coming from it; black, red, white and yellow. I'm pretty sure the black one is the ground, as it seems to be connected to the baseplate.
The bro I bought it from also included the switch he had used with it. It's a three position mini-switch with six lugs on the back. I want to use the switch to select which tap I'm using but, other than that, it's just a regular Tele wiring scheme, with a master tone and volume and a three-way pickup switch.
So, has anyone used one of these before? Or does anyone know a good way of working out what each wire is for and where to put it?
I've sent an Email to Klein about it, but no one's gotten back to me yet. I assume they're all busy with the whole Independance Day thing, so I'm sure they'll help me out when they can, but I'm just super impatient and I really want to hear this thing.
Thanks for any light you may shed on this situation, lads.