#1
So I just bought me this Seymour Duncan JB. I will be putting it in with my stock neck pickup. Im goin to get some 250k pots for it as well. However, the JB is a four wire (or conducter) pickup, and the stock neck is 2 wire or conducter. Could someone please make me up a diagram for this?
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#2
Look before you ask in the future. Simply find the diagram that matches your setup.
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#4
I have looked a seymour duncan and all they got is diagrams for four conducter hums.
I cant figure out how it would go with a two conducter so could someone please make one or edit one for me?
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#5
How many volumes and tones do you have? I'll splice two diagrams together for you.
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#7
o ok thanks forsaknazrael... and its a les paul style guitar.
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#9
hey i got a quik question about my new seymour duncan invader pickup. Its already installed but i'd like to kno if i shud raise it closer to the strings or lower it further to get a blink 182 sound. Thanks
#10
Tonally it'll barely alter things. Pickup height has more to do with sustain than anything else.

Anyway it's probably relatively close to the stings for extra "heat"...
#12
so what do I do with the red and white wires?
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Last edited by rockr09 at Mar 10, 2007,
#13
Tape them off with some electrical wire so no part of the wire is exposed and leave them. You dont need them. Funny, I installed a JB in the bridge of my washburn last night