Entry for August 2018's Guitar Of The Month contest is open to all!
Here's some electronics eye candy for you all (if I do say so myself). The setup is a reverend/G&L inspired circuit for 2 humbuckers. 5 way selector > master volume(blower switch) > master treble tone > master bass tone > output Blower switch sends bridge pickup directly to output bypassing all controls. 5 way allows: P1- neck only P2- Neck+bridge out of phase (parallel) P3- Neck+bridge in phase (parallel) P4- Neck+bridge in phase (series) P5- bridge only Also considering adding mini dpdt slider switches inside the cavity to allow switching between series and parallel wiring on each humbucker!
Hey people of project guitars! 5d Later in the year I am planning to build a guitar sporting 2 railhanmer humbuckers, this being my first humbucker guitar. I had been planning to run a simple 3 way slider and a shared volume/tone circuit as well as a push pull volume to switch the humbuckers to a series configuration. I have purchased all of the components required for this setup..... But then I learnt if the awesome power of the double wafer super switch. I had been torn as to wether I wanted the push pull to be an OOP or series bucker... only to realise that with a super switch I might be able to do both worth no push pull pot. I took a crash course in how the switch functioned then slaved for over an hour trying to design a circuit. I've come up with a schematic that I'm pretty confident in but having never worked with the switch would love some input as to whether it will function and if there is a better way. My drawing is supposed to achieve 1 - N 2 - N+B OOP 3 - N+B parallel 4 - N+B series 5 - B