#1
so i know that they have like 3 settings or something like that, humbucker, P-90 and strat single coil er somethin, but how do you switch between settings? do you have to wire it to a separate switch ASWELL as the regular selector switch?
just curious, thanks everybady!
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#2
they are designed to work with the triple shot also from seymour duncan. or you can be adventurous and do push pull pots and switches.

it's just 4 conductor wiring yo ucan wire it however you want.
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#3
^Yep, same as any other 4 conductor humbucker, just it has a P90ish coil and a rail coil. The Triple Shot ring is probably the easiest way to do it, and saves you having to buy a lot of switches or push/pulls.
#4
The P90 is basically a single coil pickup in design but hotter, the rail is a single coil as well with a bar vs individually adjustable core poles. These two sound different from each other so using them individually gives you two distinct sounds. Since thye are both SC's they can be wired together to form a humbucking PU but they won't sound quite the same as a normal HB would. The reason is the two SC aren't balanced in output so the hum cancellation won't be as good and the overall sound a blend of the two vs two indentical sounds adding up.
Moving on.....
#5
well if thats the case: what's cheaper? buying two switches total (i'd only have one in the neck position) or buy this SD triple shot thing.
also, if the PRails is a 4 conductor, obviously one wire goes to the controls, but how many would go to the Triple Shot or the toggle switch?
-Gibson SG Faded
-Ibanez RG5EX1L
-Custom Upside-Down Strat
-Modded Epiphone LP
-Fender Acoustic
*Marshall DSL15H
>Ibanez TS9
>MXR Micro Flanger
>Boss TU-3
>Danelectro Vibe
>Guyatone ST-2 Comrpessor
#6
they all go to the triple shot. triple shots are cheaper. They are 60 for 2. You couldn't do all the options it allows you to do with just 2 push pull pots. You'd need at least 4.
Prs se Holcomb is the answer