#1
hey everyone!

I'm customizing my squier strat and instead of 3 single coils i'm putting a Seymour Duncan Invader in bridge(humbucker). I checked all the wiring diagrams but never found the one I want. Idk if it is possible anyway.
I want 1 volume control for humbucker(bridge) and 1 volume control for neck+middle and 1 tone control for neck. I have a 5 way switch.
If you ever saw any wiring diagrams like that or can possibly draw me one It would really make me happy if you woud like to share it with me.
thanks a lot!
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hey everyone!

I'm customizing my squier strat and instead of 3 single coils i'm putting a Seymour Duncan Invader in bridge(humbucker). I checked all the wiring diagrams but never found the one I want. Idk if it is possible anyway.
I want 1 volume control for humbucker(bridge) and 1 volume control for neck+middle and 1 tone control for neck. I have a 5 way switch.
If you ever saw any wiring diagrams like that or can possibly draw me one It would really make me happy if you woud like to share it with me.
thanks a lot!

http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/

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as I already said...checked them all.
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#5
I'm feeling lazy right now, and don't have time to draw up a diagram, but here's a diagram for a dual volume Strat, with a concentric pot for the tone pots. Almost what you need, but better.

http://guitarnuts2.proboards45.com/index.cgi?board=schem&action=display&thread=1165712655

The capacitors on the volume controls are for treble bleed mods. makes the volume control work much smoother and make the volume drop gradual. Also keeps high end, when you roll down the control. Don't bother with the resistors on it.

While you're in there, I would recommend shielding the guitar as well. It makes the hum from your single coils MUCH less objectionable.
http://www.guitarnuts.com/wiring/index.php
http://guitarnuts2.proboards45.com/index.cgi?board=schem&action=display&thread=1186264349

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