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  • Soldering is a relatively easy technique, but like anything else, a little instruction goes a long way. There are many excellent videos on the Internet that show proper soldering technique. Two are here Basic Soldering - Part 1 and...
  • Yes they can be but Seymour Duncan and Fender pickups are magnetically opposite. Many players find that after installing a Seymour Duncan bridge single coil into a Strat they must switch the Fender mid and neck position pick ups...
  • The STC Tone Circuits require about 3mA of operating current. Nearly all phantom power circuits feed the voltage through 6.8K resistors. 3mA flowing through a 6.8K resistor will produce a 20.4-volt drop across the resistor. If you are working...
  • Sometimes if the break is at the end of the coil winding, the wire can be unwound a couple of turns and a new lead wire attached. If the break is anywhere else, the pickup would need to be...
  • At Fender's® request, the JD Tele® schematic is not available for publication. In the meantime, for your reference, here are the selector switch specifications: Position ONE: The neck (Strat®) pickup with the tone circuit OUT, affording a clearer, brighter...
  • Yes Seymour Duncan humbuckers are compatible with the PRS-type 5 way switching. If you are replacing the bridge pickup, the magnet will first need to be flipped to correct phase issues related to the parallel wiring and series coils...
  • We do offer rewinding service. Rewind single coil starts at $65.00 and it will depend on type of pickup. Rewinding Humbucker will start at $85.00. If you're interested, please contact our Custom Shop at 805-964-9610 between 8 am -...
  • With humbuckers it can be as simple as changing the hot and ground connections or flipping the magnet. To correct phase problems with single coils is harder because the pick ups must be both magnetically and electrically out of...
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