#1
What is the difference, soundwise between wiring a pickup in a two single coil guitar (middle position, so both are on) in Series, and Parallel? Im slowly, but surely working on a telecaster with my dad, and we're figureing out all of the electronics and whatnot.
#3
I think Series is when you run them one after another.
And parellel is when you run the two together at the same time.
#4
^^ yea thats right
Guitars:
Parkwood PW320M
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone C-40 willie nelson signature
Squier Strat
Some beat up acoustic from '68

Amps:
Vox Ad50vt
Crate xt15r

Effects:
Vox Clyde McCoy Wah
#5
He told me that, he gave me an example of christmas lights if its series and one burns out, they all go out, parallel they are all good if one goes out or.. perhaps the other way around.. I kinda zoned out.. only slept from 2 until 6 last night), but Im wondering tone wise, what the difference would be.
#6
Quote by TimmyPage06
He told me that, he gave me an example of christmas lights if its series and one burns out, they all go out, parallel they are all good if one goes out or.. perhaps the other way around.. I kinda zoned out.. only slept from 2 until 6 last night), but Im wondering tone wise, what the difference would be.


series = a real humbucker
parallel = the 2nd and 4th positions on a Strat
#7
You got the series parallel thing with the lights the right way round, btw.
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#8
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series = a real humbucker
parallel = the 2nd and 4th positions on a Strat


So series would be a bid more mid range and hotter?

If so, thanks