mgdesigns Posted December 26, 2008 Report Share Posted December 26, 2008 (edited) I got a Fender Squire Telecaster a couple of monhs ago (my first Tele-style ax) and even though it was really inexpensive, it's great. Great fit and finish, and keeps intonation very well, even with excessive string stretching. It did have a wobbly selector switch (which save me about $20 more), so I've researched and purchased a Fender 4-way selector on Ebay ($15 delivered). Somehow I thought I'd be having the #1 as Neck, #2 - Standard both parallel pickups, #3 - Series both pickups, and #4 - Bridge pickup. But the diagram lets #4 be the new Series - both pickups. Which way would be the best (as the Fender diagram shows, or my scenario)? The only disadvantage of my scenario is I'd switch through the new fller sound to get from one end to the other. Any comments, or users who already have the 4-way installed? Got to say that this Honey-Maple Telecaster is phenomenal. I am sure the pickups are lacking to the real deal, but as my 10th guitar it's a winner. But it also gives me the templates I need to start hand engraving scratchplates and knobs and control plates for custom projects. Thanks. MG DESIGNS Smashville, TN Edited December 26, 2008 by mgdesigns Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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