#1
1. What is the color code of lace sensor pickups?
2. Diagram What would I do with the 3rd, extra wire on lace pickups for this?
3. Also in that diagram, it shows wires being soldered to the bottom of the push pull. Would these just be soldered to the bottom of the switch part?

Thanks!
Last edited by Harmonicer at Oct 4, 2009,
#2
use the diagrams on the lace website to get the colour code. I'm pretty sure they use 2 ground, 1 live wire (Mine did iirc)

3, You mean the ground wires? Or the wires actually going to a terminal? If its the ground, they solder to the metal casing of a pot. If's the other, then they solder to the respective terminals.

EDIT: nevermind done it for you http://www.lacemusic.com/wiring/pdf/1.pdf

google it first next time
Last edited by supergerbil at Oct 4, 2009,
#3
Quote by supergerbil
use the diagrams on the lace website to get the colour code. I'm pretty sure they use 2 ground, 1 live wire (Mine did iirc)

3, You mean the ground wires? Or the wires actually going to a terminal? If its the ground, they solder to the metal casing of a pot. If's the other, then they solder to the respective terminals.

EDIT: nevermind done it for you http://www.lacemusic.com/wiring/pdf/1.pdf

google it first next time

Thanks! So for the grounds, it would be ok to solder onto the metal casing of the push pull switch part, right?
#4
ermm. I don't know to which part you are referring. Just solder to the back of a pot if you can. I don't think it has to be a specific one. A non push pull pot will do .
#5
Quote by supergerbil
ermm. I don't know to which part you are referring. Just solder to the back of a pot if you can. I don't think it has to be a specific one. A non push pull pot will do .

I'm using a push pull because I need it =) I'm referring to the box on the bottom, where you connect the wires for the switch portion of the push pull pot.