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Hello peoples This is my first post, so I hope I'm posting this in the right place. I am currently building a double neck kit I ordered from the internet a while ago. It's a no name EDS 1275 replica (thus one 12-string neck and one 6-string neck). 4 humbuckers, 2 volume and 2 tone potis (1 volume and 1 tone for each neck), 2 pick up selectors and 1 neck selector. Because the switches that came with it were rubbish and already partially broken I ordered some new ones. Instead of regular three switches I accidentally ordered 3 on/on/on mini toggles for the 2 pick up selectors and the n
The Free-Way Switch is a unique take on the traditional 3-position toggle switch manufactured in the UK in by switchgear specialists NSF Controls Ltd. The switch first made its debut fitted to one of Jimmy Page's Les Paul® Custom model in late 2007 for Led Zeppelin's Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert, allowing the three humbucker-equipped instrument to achieve six individual pickup combinations using an ingenious traverse toggle mechanism. By flicking the actuator perpendicular to its normal direction of travel an extra 3 positions become available to the player, doubling the tonal permutations of
Hi guys, noob guitar tech wanabee here. I've lurked around this forum for a while, always learning something new, and I finally got around to making a profile. Anyway, I just bought a Lace Alumitone Humbucker pickup for my Ibanez Artcore and have been thinking of doing the refit (in the neck position) myself instead of paying a tech to do it. But I also want the switch wired so that in the neck position you can hear the neck pickup, in the middle you can hear the outer coil of the neck pickup, and in the bridge you can hear the inner coil of the neck + the whole of the bridge. I'm still very n