It uses a standard 5-Way Super Switch as opposed to the non-standard one that Peavey uses. You are spot on with your idea, but you don't need a 4 pole switch to do it. I'm showing a diagram for one pickup, one pot, but you could simultaneously put a resistor across the tone pot, although there's really no point. This is a 2 humbucker Tele with an added 3-way On-Off-On toggle switch to switch between humbucker and single coil modes. Mine only has 2 wires but I am using the old pots and control plate so everything is wired as the picture I posted.
The downside is you dont have the traditional tone-control. Old tone-control works as volume control for the pickup in bridge-position and ordinary volumecontrol controls pickup in neckposition. Broadcaster Blend Wiring The first one is the oldest one: the original Broadcaster wiring scheme with a blend knob. I'm wiring up a replica ala Keef 72 tele-custom. I am obviously very new to wiring but this felt like a good starter project.
Old neck position pickups i series with the cap between them. The only special part you need is a 4-way switch. The 3 choices are 1 the Rail pickup by itself, 2 both coils in parallel not series , and 3 the P-90 by itself. It is wired that way so that in the middle position, the negative doesn't go to ground, it joins with the bridge pickup to make something that's kind of like a big spaced out humbucker series wiring. One possible drawback of the standard 4-way Tele wiring is that in Position 1 Bridge pickup only , the Neck pickup's hot lead is still connected to the output while its ground lead is not connected to anything.
This has the potential of making the Neck pickup act as an antenna that picks up noise. Since that volume pedal is loading the guitar with another volume pot, I thought it might be useful to have a way to bypass the guitar's internal volume pot when they are using the volume pedal. This list is by no means comprehensive, and documentation for other models will be posted as it becomes available. Attach a new wire to that, and connect it to ground. I guess my actual question would be can that wide range humbucker in the neck position and single coil bridge be wired like a les Paul? Also If I want to buy a new plate, cap and pots etc, what is a good source as I am pretty clueless about this kind of stuff. How do I know which one is the hot wire and goes where Fender's brown wire goes? I signed up for this forum yesterday after numerous sleepless nights.
I'm not an engineer, I'm a worship pastor, but I think you would need a 4 pole switch to make it work, and the taper of the pots would not be ideal either. Flip the toggle down and the pickups are the inside single coils. The model list is, for the most part, of instruments currently in production. That means you have to flip the pickup over and cut the little un-insulated jumper wire that connects to the cover. Note: Modifications to an existing Fender instrument currently under warranty, or service performed on a Fender instrument currently under warranty by any person other than authorized Fender service centers and technicians holding a certificate of warranty service authorization for the period during which the work was performed, will void the instrument warranty. I have a Seymour Duncan that has A N1 sticker on the bottom, It has staggered pole pieces on the top and rails on the bottom of the pickup. Placing them between the two pots will avoid such issues.
Old bridge position pickups in parallel. Its definitely duller but gives a great volume boost. The bottom of the cavity may not be routed deep enough to accommodate the pot when a large cap is soldered to it, so please keep this in mind when using large tone caps. No one wanted to fabricate the body since the rear routing work would be extensive, but I was lucky enough to find Guitar Mill and they did all of the work for me in that area. If you want the combined single coils in Position 2 to be hum cancelling, you can flip the magnet that's inside one of the pickups and modify the wiring a bit. Essentially you would need a 500k resistor across lugs 1 and 3 on the volume pot and another 500k resistor across lugs 1 and 3 on the tone pot that you could use a switch to connect or disconnect, while simultaneously spitting the coils of each pickup. With the toggle switch in the center position, both pickups are full humbuckers.
For a super-authentic tone, try this with my. Which is hot and which is ground. The small 1000 pF cap was soldered as a treble bypass cap between the input and the output of the volume pot to keep the high-end alive when rolling back the volume. To contact the forum owner hit the Contact Us link. Telecaster Custom Wiring Diagram deluxe jaguar bass wiring diagram concentric jazzmaster gibson les paul mustang telecaster deluxe please note on wiring jaguar and jazzmaster guitars especially if rewiring 2 full size cts fender noiseless jazz bass pickups wiring diagram never installed es with all original packaging including wiring diagram genuine fender custom shop 60 s jazz bass pickup set 099 2101 000 image fender 099 2102 Beautiful Telecaster Custom Wiring Diagram if you would like secure these wonderful pictures about Telecaster Custom Wiring Diagram, click on save icon to save the graphics to your personal pc. Its simpler and easier for me to visualize.
Finding some of these parts was quite difficult. Telecaster 5 Way Switch Wiring Diagram Wiring Diagram Two Way Switch img source : anunt-gratuit. Or is it just another ground or both? Here's a wiring setup for a Tele with a Seymour Duncan P-Rail neck pickup. Position 3 switch lever on the left : Neck pickup alone with tone control engaged. Are you aware that this diagram puts the pickups in series in the middle position instead of parallel? With this wiring, position 1 is the bridge pickup, position 2 is the neck pickup, and position 3 is a dark neck pickup tone with all the treble rolled off.
Other people have done this with their single coils and I haven't heard many complaints about the taper, although the taper will be affected, so whether you don't like it is up to your ears. Teles with a 4 position switch are wired to give you the option of series or parallel. Use that lead as ground, and connect it where the '72 Custom diagram shows the black and bare wire going. Other people have done this with their single coils and I haven't heard many complaints about the taper, although the taper will be affected, so whether you don't like it is up to your ears. In 1969, both 250k pots were replaced by 1Meg pots to add even more highs. Can someone let me know if this looks correct? They seem to be saying to solder the leads to the same post as the wires going to the pots.
The redesigned wiring was easier to produce than its predecessor and used only one capacitor instead of two. I have a Squier Custom. If you have a switch of the same connector orientation as a '72 Custom and want to wire your guitar like the '72 Custom, then the '72 Custom wiring diagram should work. I also am making a pick guard out of some quilted cherrywood that showed up in my firewood. Flip the toggle up and the pickups are the outside single coils. Musikraft made the neck and it plays like a dream. The ground for the neck pickup is attached to the switch and only gets grounded to the pot case when in the neck position.