#1
I bought a Lace Sensor Red off of Ebay. If it makes a difference its a Fender Lace Sensor. It has an Orange and a white wire. What is the hot and what is that ground? Also would is there any way website that has a diagram as follows: Two lace sensors, an on/off/on switch, and a volume control. Thanks, all help appreciated
#2
Quote by JagStang5246
I bought a Lace Sensor Red off of Ebay. If it makes a difference its a Fender Lace Sensor. It has an Orange and a white wire. What is the hot and what is that ground? Also would is there any way website that has a diagram as follows: Two lace sensors, an on/off/on switch, and a volume control. Thanks, all help appreciated


Lace Music's site has wiring diagrams that should get you going in the right direction - http://lacemusic.com/wiring/wiring.php

Regards,

Rob
#6
My comp won't download it, can some who has Lace's just tell me what the orange and white wire are? I can take it from then on.
#7
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I googled "Fender Lace Sensor wiring diagram" without the quotation marks. Orange is the hot wire.
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#8
I was in the same boat, thanks to those who posted the website. Here's what it says. Orange hot all others ground.

Directions: Tie white & green wires together (Ground) and solder to volume pot.
Take orange wires (hot) and connect to switch where noted by blue arrows.
Note: All Lead wires are on the same side as the high “E” lead
string.
250K pots recommended for better tone.
.022mfd cap recommended
FOR FOLLOWING SINGLE COIL PICKUPS