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Old 07-17-2009, 12:26 PM
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Ive got a superswitch from stewart macdonald 2 single coil pickups and a seymour duncan shpr-1 for the bridge pu. I need some assistance wiring this mess. I hope to still get the strat "in between" sound, as well as the p90 and humbucker sound .
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Go to Seymour Duncan's website and get the wiring schematics. Anything you need to know after you see the wiring diagram let us know. We have enough wiring techies around here to help you along.
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:37 AM
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i've been to seymour duncan but their diagrams are for 2 shpr 1 in guitars with 2 shprs . They don't have my exact setup.i could wire the pickups individually, but i would like to be able to get as many combinations as possible. The switch is from stewart macdonald 3200 super switch 4 pole 5 way.what i need is a diagram like those posted by "smarty pants" on this site. Thanks for your help.
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So is this the switch? StewMac
There are two pages of instructions with that switch.
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Jeff mapleshredder still looking for that wiring help. Thanks, r.york
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Jeff mapleshredder still looking for that wiring help. Thanks, r.york
How about look what Jon posted.
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Read jons reply have the seymour duncan instructions need a foolproff diagram for the setup i have.

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