#1
Looking for a diagram on how to install a coil splitter if possible, or if you have done it, advice would be appreciated. My guitar has two humbuckers, a single volume and a single tone knob and a 3 way switch. Thanks.

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Last edited by JoshRocco at Jun 11, 2008,
#2
is it a stock pickup or after market?

they would need to be 4 -wire pups.
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#4
Stock Pickups, Carvin m22's

Edit: A coil splitter is an option from Carvin on these pickups, but with a switch rather than a push pull pot. So the pick ups should be fine.
#5
well, stock pups are often 2 wire. but you can look it up on line, or open the pup cavity, see if there are 2 or 4 wires leading from the pickups.

you need 4 to split two.

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edit: ok there you go, so you need the carvin wire identification colors, maybe they have that info on the site.
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#8
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http://www.guitarelectronics.com/product/WDUHH3T1104 < try that one. It's the same as the one I posted earlier, but modified for a 4 conductor rather than 3 conductor pickup set.


Thanks I believe that's what I am looking for. That is actually the site I was looking to purchase the push pull pot from. http://www.guitarelectronics.com/category/electronic_parts.pots/

I was thinking the 7th one down the list, but I'm not sure what the numbers mean (250k, 500k etc.)
#9
The ohm ratings are the level of resistance and effect "tone bleed-off." Generally, you should use a 500k with humbuckers, 250k with single coils. The last one - 25k - is for active electronics systems.
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#10
Quote by Dirk Gently
The ohm ratings are the level of resistance and effect "tone bleed-off." Generally, you should use a 500k with humbuckers, 250k with single coils. The last one - 25k - is for active electronics systems.


Great, thank you Dirk Gently.