#1
My guitar has a JB at bridge and SH-2N Jazz pickup at neck and I want to get a single coil tone out of them and was wondering if it was possible to rewire them to get a coil tap feature. If it is possible, how would it work exactly. Thanks for the help, complete noob at this.

Edit: It is a schecter classic if it helps at all.
Last edited by TheNextJimi at Feb 9, 2008,
#2
It is very much possible. Go to SeymourDuncan.com, they have wiring diagrams there.
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#3
I just looked at the diagram and I think I kind of understand it, but how would the coil tap work, like instead of the normal 2 position on selector, wold it then become the coil tap?
#4
If you followed this, then the positions would be:
1-bridge
2-bridge + neck
3-neck
4-bridge + split neck
5- split bridge

(as it says in the diagram), if you want more possibilities, then you'll need a 5-way super switch, and you can follow this diagram. That one's much more useful, IMO.
#5
no, you need another switch in the guitar. you probably want a DPDT push pull potentiometer (pot is the lingo)

guitatrfetish,com or guitarelectronics.com
#6
Please excuse my ignorance but I'm thinking of replacing the original humbuckers on my '93 Patrick Eggle Berlin Stage with some SD's, it already has a coil tap on the bridge humbucker so if I get that replaced do I just need to ask the techy to make sure to wire it up to work with the coil tap push pull pot?

Can I add a coil tap on the front humbucker to work in conjunction with the 2 way selector?