#1
I saw this PRS on google today and everything is ok, looks good etc.
But..

where to hell is switch? :P
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#3
so I can use for example 30% of neck pick-up and 70% of bridge pickup?
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#7
Yup, rotary switch. That's standard on the CU22 and 24 models, while the 513 and 305 have blade switches a la Ibanez/Fender. The SC and McCarty models have a toggle like a Gibson LP.

Just in case you were wondering
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#8
Quote by lkwapien
so I can use for example 30% of neck pick-up and 70% of bridge pickup?

while that is not what this knob does, i would like to mention that it is possible to do. ive seen it more on basses than guitars since it typically requires active components, but it is possible. and quite awesome of course.
#9
Quote by jof1029
while that is not what this knob does, i would like to mention that it is possible to do. ive seen it more on basses than guitars since it typically requires active components, but it is possible. and quite awesome of course.


if possible may you think some guitars with this