#1
I just bought a Gibson Les Paul. Whenever using the pickup selector to switch between rhythm, treble or both, the switch goes sideways. Like bottom right for the treble, normal middle for both, and top left for the rhythm. It works perfectly technically wise. Anyone had this problem?
#2
you just need to loosen the switch a little and move the switch to the corret position and retighten the switch.
Super easy fix.
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#3
that's not really a problem in any sense of the word - the switch has just rotated inside the cavity a little. the bolt needs to be unscrewed a little to allow you to rotate the switch back to the usual position, hold it in place, and then tighten it again.

edit: beaten to it. i need to be quicker typing my posts i reckon
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#6
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that's not really a problem in any sense of the word - the switch has just rotated inside the cavity a little. the bolt needs to be unscrewed a little to allow you to rotate the switch back to the usual position, hold it in place, and then tighten it again.

edit: beaten to it. i need to be quicker typing my posts i reckon
What bolt needs to be unscrewed?
#7
The collar around the outside of ths switch should just unscrew
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