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    Hello!
    Is there a anyone on here that has got a wiring-diagram they know for sure works for the following combination of pickups:

    Bridge: JB Jnr
    Middle: SC
    Neck: SC

    ...that would give me this combination:

    1. Full Humbucker
    2. Split Humb. + Middle
    3. Split Humb. + Neck
    4. Middle + Neck
    5. Neck

    Thanks guys!

    Johan

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    *ArtieToo, please pick up the white courtesy phone in the lobby*

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    Default Re: Diagram

    Interesting reply!

    Not really what i expected but....thanks!


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    oh...and by the way... The two single coils are Dimarzios, do I have to switch the connections on them like you sometimes have to do with Fender pups?

    Johan

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    Default Re: Diagram

    Quote Originally Posted by JEJ View Post
    Interesting reply!

    Not really what i expected but....thanks!


    That's exactly the response that I would have expected.
    FYI: ArtieToo is the resident diagram wizard. He will hook you up when he sees this thread.

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    I'm on top of it.

    Just moving slow these days. Not like an old man, but like someone who has a little less free time on their hands.

    And . . . I have a couple in front of you. Patience grasshopper.

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    Aha!!! I see....sorry bout that, didnt mean to push u!

    Cheers guys!

    Appreciated!

    JJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEJ View Post
    Aha!!! I see....sorry bout that, didnt mean to push u!
    No, no . . . you weren't pushy at all. "PG" is just a favorite tag phrase of mine.

    Anyway . . . here's what you want:



    You'll need a Superswitch. There's several ways to accomplish this, but I like this way best. It allows you to pre-wire the superswitch, then just make your pup, output, and ground connections. All the terminals in blue can be prewired together. Then connect a wire from any one of them to your volume/tone circuit.

    The only thing is, I don't know if DiMarzio's are in phase with Duncans or not. You'll just have to try it one way. If they're out-of-phase, reverse the hot and ground wires of the two DiMarzio's.

    Artie

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    Hey!

    Thanks alot! Will try it as soon as a i get a spare moment...
    Weird cause i found another one saying it should do the same thing but it looks completely different!

    Will let u know how it turns out.

    Johan

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    ...oh by the way:

    Which side is the "metal side" of the switch in the picture you sent? Upper or lower side? Also, the rest of the pup wires to be soldered on the vol pot housing (ground) right?

    Cheers
    Johan

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEJ View Post
    ...oh by the way:

    Which side is the "metal side" of the switch in the picture you sent? Upper or lower side? Also, the rest of the pup wires to be soldered on the vol pot housing (ground) right?

    Cheers
    Johan
    The superswitch is symmetrical, so it doesn't really matter. Determine which way the switch will physically fit into your guitar cavity, then wire it such that my diagram has the neck towards the left. That is, when the handle is towards the left, the neck will be active.

    Like this:



    You can solder the other wires to the volume pot housing, just make sure that that wire also connects to the "sleeve" of the output jack. Thats the "true" ground.

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