RickBlacker Posted March 18, 2009 Report Share Posted March 18, 2009 http://www.seymourduncan.com/pdfs/support/...s/1hum_1vol.pdf This is the diagram and exactly how my guitar is setup and I've wired it up the same. Single Seymour Duncan JB, single pot. NO tone control. I've double checked and double checked, everything seems to be wired up correctly, yet I'm getting a lot of buzz until i touch my strings. Then buzzing stops. Yes, I have put a ground to the claw. I did have the wires on the jack backwards, I've fixed that. Still have buzz. I decided to look at the wiring on my Jackson. Recently I replaced the stock pups on it with some Dimarzio pups. However, that is wired up with 2 humbuckers, 2 volume pots, no tone control. The only clear difference that I can see is that on the Jackson dispite the obvious extra wiring and switch, is that coming from each hole where the pup wires come out is a single black wire going directly to ground. I can't recall what this wire is, but, I'm guessing that it's soldered to the pup mounting bracket? The bridge on my problem guitar is an original Ibanez Edge trem. Is it possible that the ground wire on the claw is not grounding the trem correctly? Do I need to also ground the bridge???? Any help will be greatly appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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