#2
The red is the hot output - this is the bit you want to connect to pots, switches whatever. The Green and Grey are to be tied together and shielded, the Black goes to ground. Not sure why there's a ground connection at the big wire...
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#3
^ there is a wire coming from the big wire that is bigger than all the other wires, I assume its that one as it is the same colour.
#4
Quote by Zofar
^ there is a wire coming from the big wire that is bigger than all the other wires, I assume its that one as it is the same colour.

Ah right. Well just ground that then. Look on Seymour Duncan's wiring schematics for how to wire it.
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#6
Yes. FYI, the 'big wire' that gets grounded is really insulation. Stray wires.
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#7
^ good to know, I blindly went ahead and did it before i got your response, and it worked.