#1
I got a epi les paul custom and i was wondering,
With the three way switch, what pickup is Rythm, and what pickup is treble. Also what does having the switch in the middle do?
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#2
Rythm = Neck
Treble = Bridge
Middle = Combination of the two
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#3
rythm is the neck one, treble is the bridge one
having it in the middle takes 1 coil from the bridge and 1 from the neck
because under your shielding each humbucker has two coils(if you didnt know)
#4
^Yeah i knew there are 2 coils
Thanks for the help.
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#5
LEPIV is right, Razordimeback is wrong.
Unless your guitar is custom wired, a typical three way switch is
Rythmn = Neck
Treble = Bridge
middle = both
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#6
Yea, you use both pickups for the middle switch.
just to make Razordimeback feel better, yes there are two coils
#7
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Yea, you use both pickups for the middle switch.
just to make Razordimeback feel better, yes there are two coils

ah ah ah ok ok now I feel better lol