#2
looks like a DPDT switch, any standard one should do it, so long as it has 6 lugs.
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Shwiggity.
#3
it looks like a DPDT on-on-on switch.
Meadows
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#4
Awesome cheers dudes. Does it need 6 lugs? My guess is that I could get one with 3 lugs and move the wire on 6 to 3?
#5
I think the idea of the 6 lugs allows the option for A alone, AB together, and B alone, but I maay be mistaken...
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Shwiggity.
#6
Yeah I think your right. I might aswell get a 6 lug regardless of right or wrong. Because it can do the job of a 3 lug anyway..
#8
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Awesome cheers dudes. Does it need 6 lugs? My guess is that I could get one with 3 lugs and move the wire on 6 to 3?
absolutely NOT.

an on-on-on switch is peculiar, the way it connects (internally) in the middle position.

in that position, the left pole (middle lug) is connected to the lower throw (bottom lug)
and the right pole (middle lug) is connected to the upper throw (upper lug)

you won't find a 3 lug switch that will connect the top and bottom throws, when the switch is in the middle position. if you could, that would be an acceptable substitute.

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http://www.mercasystems.com/index.php/mini-switch-dpdt-on-on-on.html

Thats what I'm after right?

I could go with my instincts but I'm hesitant when it comes to the framus...
yyyup. that's exactly what you need.
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#9
Nobody should f uck with the framus.

nobody.

>.>

<.<

P.S. yeah, that's perfect!
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Shwiggity.
#10
Hang on, wouldn't a les paul type switch do the job?

More common switches and quite a bit cheaper too..


Edit: Tried it..didn't work
Last edited by willieturnip at Nov 25, 2008,