#1
Exactly that question. I don't need 5 options on my Ibby, just 2. Neck or bridge. I hate all the sounds in between. Does such a thing exist?
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#2
I doubt that there is a 2-position blade switch. At least I've never seen one. You could use a standard 3-position and wire the middle position to kill the signal or something though.
#3
Yeah, use a 3 way and just don't hook up the middle position. It will work like a kill switch.
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#5
Nah I'm looking for a 2 way specifically. I don't want any extra clicking in the middle. I want to be able to just flip it over quick on the fly. This was just a feeler to maybe see if anyone knew of a company that made one.
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#6
You might be able to use a mini-toggle switch. That could mean drilling another hole, unless you remove the tone knob.
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#7
I don't know much about wiring but maybe wire the middle to the bridge and use the 3rd position to kill, that way the switch range is shorter?
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#8
You can wire it to kill in any position you want but you're gonna have a hard time finding the switch you want. You might find a company that can make a custom switch but it will be expensive and you'll probably have to buy a lot of them to make it worth their time and cost.
#9
Quote by racertj5
I don't know much about wiring but maybe wire the middle to the bridge and use the 3rd position to kill, that way the switch range is shorter?


I would say that.
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