kidmag Posted February 5, 2007 Report Share Posted February 5, 2007 This is my first wiring job on the very first guitar I ever assembled, so please deliver advice in lamen terms please - thank you. I was estatic that for the most part all wiring works fine on my first try, the only problem is the middle position is very weak, so I'm assuming my bridge and neck pups are out of phase with each other? The bridge pup is a humbucker (4 coil, same color codes as Seymour Duncan), and the neck a P90 (vintage style wiring). Pickup selection is controllable by a 3 way switch. For the HB only there is also an on/on/on mini for parallel/ series/cut. So if the pups are out of phase when both are on, how would I correct? It was suggested that I just switch the position where the green/bare wires and Black wire from the HB pup connect to the mini switch (this was suggested to me by someone, who said, "they were not sure, but that it should work").. I've wired the mini toggle from the HB exactly like this diagram from SD's website: http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/schem...t_parallel.html This other diagram seems to support the thought that I can just switch the green/bare wire position with the black wire to reverse the polarity: http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/schem...ar_w_phase.html So do you think that would work?? In split mode, would it still cut the coil closest to the bridge? (my hb is not balanced and want to make sure the northern coil is the active one in split mode). THanks again. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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