#1
I am having some difficulty figuring out whether this is possible using a standard 5way strat switch.

Position 1 - Neck
Position 2 - Neck & Middle (Series)
Position 3 - Middle
Position 4 - Bridge & Middle (Series)
Position 5 - Bridge

Basically standard wiring except the parallell connections are to be made in series instead. Does anyone know if this is possible without using any SPDT switches, or could point me to a wiring diagram?

Thanks
#2
Quote by hawk5211
I am having some difficulty figuring out whether this is possible using a standard 5way strat switch.

Position 1 - Neck
Position 2 - Neck & Middle (Series)
Position 3 - Middle
Position 4 - Bridge & Middle (Series)
Position 5 - Bridge


Basically standard wiring except the parallell connections are to be made in series instead. Does anyone know if this is possible without using any SPDT switches, or could point me to a wiring diagram?

Thanks


check the ultimate wiring thread. i'm pretty sure that's the ultra strat mod. dunno about it being done without any spdt switches since i dont know why anyone would want to limit their sonic palette in that way.
#3
Quote by noisefarmer
check the ultimate wiring thread. i'm pretty sure that's the ultra strat mod. dunno about it being done without any spdt switches since i dont know why anyone would want to limit their sonic palette in that way.


Thanks. I know its a bit limiting, but this guitar is for slide, and those are the only positions that I use for slide, so I figure, why clutter up the wiring if at all possible.
#4
Quote by hawk5211
I am having some difficulty figuring out whether this is possible using a standard 5way strat switch.
It isn't.

Use a superswitch instead of the standard 5-way. else, no.
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