#1
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if the first one doesnt work the second should. im not sure what it means when the wires connect, like do i solder them to eachother? even the ground?

any help for an amateur reader would be great.
#2
Quote by avka0628
im not sure what it means when the wires connect, like do i solder them to eachother? even the ground?

Yes, that's what it means.

The top lug of that switch will have 2 wires soldered to it.
One from the pickup and one going to either the selector switch (if the guitar has more than one pickup) or to the volume control (if the guitar only has one pickup).

The middle lug will have 2 wires from the pickup.

The the bottom lug will have 3 wires soldered to it. Two from the pickup and one going to the ground of the guitar. The ground wires are usually all joined together on the back of the volume control.
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#3
i think its just the bottom coil on that third one, thats the selection i was looking for.

thank you