#2
That's all you need for a standard wiring scheme isn't it?

Unless, you want another configuration

Check out the wiring diagrams on Seymour duncans, they have a whole bunch
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#6
Quote by kurtlives91
Double pole..single throw...or double throw?


I'm not exactly sure.

I just know i have one switch with three switch options and three poles (on/off/on)
i think

and two switches with two options and two poles(on/on)


I'm sorry for being unhelpful.
#8
Quote by kurtlives91
So SPDT and SPST.

Not a whole lot you can do. Maybe a killswitch and a switch to select different tone caps.
That's unnecessarily pessimistic.

A killswitch is always handy,
but there's a better use for the second switch than selecting tone caps.
A neck-on or bridge-on will allow 2 more combinations added to the 5 existing choices.
Neck + Bridge and Neck + Middle + Bridge.
It's incredibly easy to do, as well.
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That's unnecessarily pessimistic.

A killswitch is always handy,
but there's a better use for the second switch than selecting tone caps.
A neck-on or bridge-on will allow 2 more combinations added to the 5 existing choices.
Neck + Bridge and Neck + Middle + Bridge.
It's incredibly easy to do, as well.



Yeah thats what i had the last time, i was just wondering if there was any other possibilities for a mod with those two switches.

Is theres?