#1
I finally learned how to solder so i am going to do my first pickup switch on my own. I have a pretty good hold on everything, but i am switching brands, and the wiring diagrams are different for each company, and how my guitar is set up right now. is there only one specific way the pickups can be wired or are there multiple ways? because if there are, my new pickups are using the same ohm pots and i could just solder a couple wires, instead of having to solder a ton doing what the diagram says.
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
Peavey XXX 60 watt combo
Ibanez TS9 Tubescreamer

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#2
Well, you didn't say what pups you WERE using, what pups you ARE using now, or how your guitar is wired.

This help?
http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=color_codes
#3
Sorry i forgot to mention that. I will probably get ripped on for this, but i had a duncan distortion in the bridge and a stock schecter pickup in the bridge, my friend gave me two emg hz h4/h4a pickups so i am going to put them in just for a change.
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
Peavey XXX 60 watt combo
Ibanez TS9 Tubescreamer

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#4
emg has diagrams on their site.....
http://www.emginc.com/support.asp
its in the wiring + installation section, look for the h1(a) h2(a) h3(a) h4(a) diagram (there all in one)
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