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    Default Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    I looked this over carefully. I'm pretty sure its correct, according to the official Gibson drawing.



    Here it is in JPG format for those that prefer that. The PNG format is definitely a bit clearer though.

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    (Just right-click, Save As . . .)

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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    That looks correct to me.

    Many thanks Artie, you're the best!

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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    wow - outstanding work, friend

    can you provide a short description of what each push/pull controls? .. seems as though the volumes split to single coil ... what do the tones do? are they internal series / internal parallel for their respective pup? ... if you split both humbuckers and put the 3-way in the middle, does it hum cancel? are all combinations of both pups parallel? or is there there a 'combined series' option?
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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    The control layout is a bit weird. Some, depend on the placement of others to work correctly. For example, just pulling the neck tone, will kill the output. If you go to this thread, and scroll down to Chip's post, there is a chart of all the positions. Its a bit hard to read, but here's the crux of it:

    Neck Vol: Splits neck to stud coil.

    Neck tone: Lifts bridge ground, grounds neck hot. (Dependent on placement of 3-way.)

    Bridge vol: Splits bridge to adjustable coil.

    Bridge tone: reverses phase of bridge.

    Thats it in a nutshell. But the combo's get more complex.

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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    Here it is.

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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    it says invalid attachment D=

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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    It should work now.

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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    Nice! Very clear to read

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    Default Re: Jimmy Page wiring: done Duncan style.

    ok iy works very well, and the combination are very inetresting!
    the bridge reverse phase, seems to a middle postion beetween single coil and humbucker.
    there are lots of differnt sounds and most of them are very good.
    my les paul is now particulary versatile

    with sh5+sh2.....i love it

    thanx again

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