#1
Ok, here is what seems to be an unusal request. I googled it but they all have swicthes and stuff.

2 humbuckers, 1 volume, 1 tone.

pickups have Red, White, Black, Green and Bare Wires.
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#2
Why would you not want a switch? Then what's the point of two humbuckers?
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pickups have Red, White, Black, Green and Bare Wires.
IF your pickups share the same colour code as SD, you could just use this diagram
and connect both blacks to the same place
and both greens (and bares if you have them) to the same place.

http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=1hum_1vol_1tone


but if your pickups have the same colour codes as diMarzio, that will put each HB with it's coils out of phase with each other. that will sound extremely thin.

you didn't mention a brand so there's no way to know. both SD and diMarzio use the same four colours. they just have different meanings.
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#6
They are Seymour Duncan wiring codes, I got them from guitarfetish ( I know they suck but I'm poor, better ones later)

it said so when I bought them.

The reason I don't find a switch is because my body isn't drilled for one. I know I should have done it, yadda yadda yadda, well I didn't.

Anyway thank you for your help.
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The reason I don't find a switch is because my body isn't drilled for one.
You could get a push pull pot and use it for switching between the pups. It'll have to be an on/on/on switch, though, and they might only make on/on switches with push pull pots. I don't know that much about push pull pots.
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You could get a push pull pot and use it for switching between the pups. It'll have to be an on/on/on switch, though, and they might only make on/on switches with push pull pots. I don't know that much about push pull pots.

Or you could replace both pots with push-pulls and have one be an on/off for the neck and one be an on/off for the bridge. It'd give you the same 3 combinations as a 3-way switch, it's just more difficult to use. But it wouldn't require an additional hole.
#10
Guys its done... I used what someoneyouknew said. It works. plzkthxbai.
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but how does it sound?
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#12
Well, I actually only have the body done up right now... so I held up to another guitar and played its strings...

It sounds pretty good, but really wavy because I can't hold it steady enough.

EDIT: also, will your sig rickroll me, scream at me with a creepy face, give me a virus, or in any other way trick me? Because I'm interested in a cobain clone.
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Thanks. hehe. From now on you're UG's suspicious sig tester.
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They are Seymour Duncan wiring codes, I got them from guitarfetish ( I know they suck but I'm poor, better ones later)

it said so when I bought them.

The reason I don't find a switch is because my body isn't drilled for one. I know I should have done it, yadda yadda yadda, well I didn't.

Anyway thank you for your help.

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#19
three hole solutions (using one of the holes for the output jack)

1 - selector switch and volume control. no tone control

2 - concentric pots for two volume controls two tone controls, no selector switch. blending possible

3 - pickup selection by push-pull pots:
pot #1 down = both pickups. up = only one pickup.
which pickup is used when pot #1 is up is determined by the other push-pull
pot #2 down = bridge pickup. up = neck pickup
doesn't matter which pot you use as the volume and which is the tone.
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