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OK, so I've got a pair of humbuckers, 4 conductor wiring, and i'm wondering what would happen if i took the middle two wire ( the out from the rear coil and the ground from the front coil) from each pickup and connected them together. With the wiring scheme I've been drawing up one of the positions of the switch will do this. Will this put the two front coils together in parralell? or will i get the bridge humbucker in series with the front coil of the neck humbucker? Or something altogether different?
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OK, so I've got a pair of humbuckers, 4 conductor wiring, and i'm wondering what would happen if i took the middle two wire ( the out from the rear coil and the ground from the front coil) from each pickup and connected them together. With the wiring scheme I've been drawing up one of the positions of the switch will do this. Will this put the two front coils together in parralell? or will i get the bridge humbucker in series with the front coil of the neck humbucker? Or something altogether different?
You haven't said nearly enough. You've only said connect the series links together.
But does that get connected to the output?
Does it get connected to ground?
Where are the other wires from each pickup connected to?
Unless you're specific about the details, your questions are meaningless.


Make a drawing and indicate what you mean.
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