#1
I bought a seymour duncan dimebucker for the bridge position humbucker of my sa...It has S S H config...Here is how it is wired...Wiring Diagram I followed the seymour duncan wiring instructions to no avail..if I hook it up how they instruct to, I get no sound...I also tried to put in a hot rail in the neck position and had the same problem.
#3
Just noticed that link doesnt work..here is a pic of how the stock pickups are wired. If someone could help me to figure out how to get the dimebucker and hotrail wired, I would appreciate ya.
#8
Or you could try the special Ibanez drawing for a Seymour Duncan in the Bridge.



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#11
Ok, thought it worked...it gets sound, but it doesnt sound as hot as it should. The bridge sounds like a middle or neck pickup would, and the neck, sounds waaay too bassy....Any ideas? I've tried wiring it three different ways to no avail.
#13
It seems like something is wrong or weird with the tone, because I can turn the tone knob on any pickup and it sounds the same, but I didn't change any of the wiring whatsoever on the volume pot or tone pot.
#15
I did do that, each pickup makes noise in it's desired position, and there is a difference in tone between the three, but it does not sound right. Everything is bassy.