I am wiring Washburn right now based off this diagram:

I am doing the grounds now, it would be ok if I put the ground from the bridge and the ground from the jack on the neck tone pot instead of the bridge tone pot, right? As long as there is a ground connecting the two pots it is fine, right?

The ground from my bridge is a bare wire that doesn't go all the way to the bridge tone, and if it did, it would touch the other pots, so I can't do that.

EDIT: Actually, I would like the bridge ground on the neck volume pot
Last edited by eurotrashed at Jan 23, 2009,
Quote by guitarcam123
ground it to where everything else is grounded


there isn't just one grounding point. All pots are grounded to each other, the three way is grounded to a pot, the output is grounded to a different pot
^ is it grounded to the bridge though?
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It will be, that is why I made this thread, to double check that I can move the bridge ground around, and the first reply to this thread was helpful.