#1
I'm attempting to drop a set up duncan blackouts into my rhodes, I've done so with other guitars using emgs but it's been a couple years and i feel like i'm missing something here.

This guitar is real simple in the cavity having just a volume pot and a 3 way switch. I've used yellow for the white wires and the other colors are normal. I've used blue to show the bare wire listed in duncan's diagram which i've tried attached to the ground and isolated, neither option worked. The screw on the left is the ground plate and screw which also wires directly to the tremolo too so it should be grounded enough to run all of my grounds to instead of having a bunch of them on the pot right?

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#2
you can ground the pickups to the switch as they are technically 2 wire pickups with the extra wire for the battery ground. Just make sure sleeve , ring and tip go to the right places.

for reassurance here's the diagram you're after



and damn 50-ish views and no reply, i thought someone would get back to you sooner. But hope I could help
#3
Quote by Tallwood13
you can ground the pickups to the switch as they are technically 2 wire pickups with the extra wire for the battery ground. Just make sure sleeve , ring and tip go to the right places.

for reassurance here's the diagram you're after


and damn 50-ish views and no reply, i thought someone would get back to you sooner. But hope I could help

Thanks for that, My circuit is a bit different which i'm attaching so you can see it. I actually fixed the issue. Upon looking at my diagram i could see there wasn't anything wrong with it so i got the idea to check to see if the harness came undone from the pickups and sure enough in the course of setting them up the harness had come off of each pickup. The guitar works perfectly.

http://i.imgur.com/1RcqxDX.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/zVlaE3S.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/uIFBJKp.jpg
#4
a very cool jackson rhodes model, i painted a Jackson KE3 flat black in high school wish I had some cosmo black hardware to make it perfect but i sold it as it was a project guitar to flip. Yeah seymour duncan is fantastic for wiring diagrams but any questions feel free to shoot me an email