#1
Well this allows the buckers to be split right?

Does the set include to ground wires and two other wires that go to the 5 way?

Help me out here


Ive got an ibanez grx40 right and im replacing the middle pickup with a blade. So how would i put the wires if i wanted the full humbucker sound in third position?. Also how would it go if i wanted to split it and mix it with the bridge in the 4th
?

i just havent really worked with humbuckers that much so i need help.

Thanks


EDIT:

id like to have

1. Series-In Phase This is the standard humbucker wiring. Maximum power output with strong bass and smooth attack. (hum canceling) in the 3rd


and

4. Parallel-In Phase Great single coil style tone with no hum. Best option for clean, bright tone without the noise of standard single coil wiring. Strong treble with crisp attack but lower power output. (hum canceling) mixed with the bridge in 4th position switch.


And how can i acheive this??


also would there be any left over wires?
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Last edited by croc76 at Jan 6, 2007,
#2
Hey?
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#3
Er, you wanna split and mix it with the bridge in position 2 and split it with the bridge and neck in position 4?
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#4
Nah just series in phaze in position 3 (5 way switch)

and in position 4 Parallel-In Phase mixed with the split bridge humbucker.

am i easy to understand?
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#5
Arent there any pickup wiring speacialsists on ug?
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#6
have you looked at seymour duncans diagrams?
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#7
You make it sound so difficult, croc76, haha. Like, just the way you're wording everything makes it seem ahrd. Humbuckers are normally in series, and in phase, so don't worry about it.

You're gonna have to do a bit of thinking on your own, so just splice together some plans. I'm too damn lazy to draw them up for you, but the schematics all exist out there.

I'd just wire the damn thing normally, and use the series/parallel and a coil split diagrams that they have on SeymourDuncan.com. Use Push-pull pots if you don't wanna mess up the stock appearance.
This way, you can also have standard wiring available.
#8
I can tell you how to wire, I just can't figure out wtf you want. Fill this in:


My guitar is a:____. (HSH, HSS, HHH, SSS, SSH, choose one.)

I have a _____ switch. (5 way 8 inline poles, 5 way two parallel sets of 4 poles, 3 way Fender style, 3 way Gibson style, choose one.)

I want it wired like this:
Pos. 1-
Pos. 2-
Pos. 3-
Pos. 4-
Pos. 5-

I want these knobs:


Here's an example:

My guitar is a: SSS. (HSH, HSS, HHH, SSS, SSH, choose one.)

I have a 5 way 8 inline switch. (5 way 8 inline poles, 5 way two parallel sets of 4 poles, 3 way Fender style, 3 way Gibson style, choose one.)

I want it wired like this:
Pos. 1-Bridge
Pos. 2-Bridge+Mid
Pos. 3-Mid
Pos. 4-Mid+neck
Pos. 5-Neck

I want these knobs:
Master volume, master tone
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#10
My guitar is a: SSH____. (HSH, HSS, HHH, SSS, SSH, choose one.)

I have a _5 WAY_PRARLLELL___ switch. (5 way 8 inline poles, 5 way two parallel sets of 4 poles, 3 way Fender style, 3 way Gibson style, choose one.)

I want it wired like this:
Pos. 1- Neck Single Coil
Pos. 2- neck Single/ Middle Single
Pos. 3-Full humbucker sound (blade pickup)
Pos. 4- Split blade + split bridge humbucker
Pos. 5- Bridge humbucker


(The middle would be a splittable fast track pickup)

yay or nay?
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#11
Yep thats what i want
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#12
No time now, I'll see what I can do tomorrow.
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#13
Nay. That isn't possible with a standard DP3T "strat" switch. What you need, is a 4P5T "Superswitch". Then those five selections are possible.
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#15
^It doesn't matter, it depends on which way the switch is mounted onto the pickguard.
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#16
My guitar is a:HHH. (HSH, HSS, HHH, SSS, SSH, choose one.)

I have a "on/on/on- switch". 6 poles

I want it wired like this:
Pos. 1- bridge only
Pos. 2- /
Pos. 3- middle only
Pos. 4- /
Pos. 5- neck only

I want these knobs: one tone, 2 volume