#1
I just got my guitar wired back up and ran across a problem.

I wired it HH with 2 vol pots and no tones. when in the middle position, if I turn one volume pot all the way down, it kills all sound. is there any way to have them completely independent?

I used this schematic.

http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=2h_2v_3w_2pp

I have searched quite a bit in a few different places, but I am still pretty lost.

Also If it is of any importance, my pickups are out of phase with each other. I have wired them up with the default layout both times I have rewired this guitar(I am positive this time), and both times they were out of phase.

Thanks for your time dudes
#2
you do realize that you've used a schematic for push/pull potmeters, right?

given the specs you've described in your post I'd say you ought to use this instead:
http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=2h_2v_3w


Ibanez RG2228 Prestige
Schecter C7 Jeff Loomis FR (18volt mod)
Epiphone Gothic Explorer (with SD Blackouts)
Ibanez RG350M Yellow
Peavey C5 Tigerwood 5string bass
Randall RH150G3
#3
Yeah, I split the coils too, but that works. I Originally explained that, but I deleted it to try and keep my post simple. sorry for that.
#4
hmmm,
when I did my Explorer w. Blackouts I followed the schematic I found on the Seymour Duncan website. My Explorer has the same control layout, except for the push/pull part (2 vol, 1 3way).
I'm fairly sure that when I'm in the middle position I only get sound when both volumes are fully cranked (I can check when I come home from work?).
Maybe it's a problem that can't be avoided?


Ibanez RG2228 Prestige
Schecter C7 Jeff Loomis FR (18volt mod)
Epiphone Gothic Explorer (with SD Blackouts)
Ibanez RG350M Yellow
Peavey C5 Tigerwood 5string bass
Randall RH150G3