#1
I have finally desided what I want to do you my Epi. Les Paul Standard. I have drawn up the schematic, placed an order on the pickups, and am finally ready to start working.
The basic overview looks like the attached file.

1)seymour duncan custom 5 SH-14
2)seymour duncan '59 SH-1
3)phase switch
4)series/parellal switch
5)push-button Killswitch
6)push-pull pot Master Tone / when pulled coil taps the neck pickup
7)push pull pot Master Volume / when pulled coil taps the brigde pickup
8)pickup selector switch
9)covered hole of where #8 used to be

both the master volume and tone are going to be using a custom high gain buffer pre-amp


tell me what you think?
Durka
Last edited by VelvetFireBC491 at Nov 3, 2007,
#2
yay! that's cool!

r u putting an individual pickup switch?

what preamp are u using? i might be able to get u some other options.
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#4
Im am using a custom pre-amp a friend you has been a professional guitar tech for 40 years is built me and I am using the oringal toggle switch

I will post a pic of the schmetic as soon as I can use a scanner or camera\

p.s nice icon of frusciante hes one of my favorite guitarists
Durka
#6
sounds like the jimmy page wiring, which can be found on the seymour duncan site. I'll also be doing that wiring.
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