Santa Barbara, California - Guitarists are always striving to conjure as many sounds as possible out of their instrument. One of the ways to do so is by altering the wiring of the pickups to split coils (also known as a "coil cut") or change from series to parallel. Typically, when guitars are modified to add different pickup routing and tonal options, it's necessary to add extra toggle switches and/or push/pull pots. These extra controls can be confusing, unattractive, and in the way. In some cases, permanent modifications may also decrease the resale or collector's value of an instrument. What do you do if you need these options but don't want to modify your guitar's construction or appearance?
Seymour Duncan has developed a unique stealth switching system to do the job--the incredible Triple Shot which cleverly conceals the switching system inside a humbucker-size mounting ring. Now there's no need for drilling holes for extra switches, pots or visible modifications to achieve your custom wiring wishes. Two small switches built into the mounting ring are all that's needed to do the job.
The Triple Shot is easy to install and works with any four-conductor Seymour Duncan humbuckers, and just about any other manufacturer's four conductor pickups. Simply connect the pickup's leads to a small color-coded circuit board which adheres to the guitar's inside cavity, then connect the ground and hot wires to the circuit board and you're ready to rock. No fuss, no muss, no permanent modifications. Triple Shot is available in black and cream.