Can anyone find a wiring diagram for this beast? When I first got it I looked at the wiring diagram that came in the manual and shook my head - obviously something was going on I had no clue about because I couldn't make heads nor tails of it. Interestingly, I put the guitar together yesterday to test fit all the rest of the parts only issue was the pickguard needed to be trimmed for both necks - it's almost like the pickguard was not matched to the guitar at all. Also, please note that the headstock for the Mandolin is a paddle shape as we had a lot of requests for different designs, so its up to the individual to be creative. I prefer to be able to switch between pickups so until I put another switch in for the 12string that'll have to do. To contact the forum owner hit the Contact Us link. Hope you all had a very Merry Christmas, best wishes for a Rockin' New Year! Hey all, I've got a good one for you. The outside is in great shape, but the guts are in diar need of repair.
Gut feel is someone doesn't know what the heck they're doing and it might not be me! I took a 3 pickup strat wiring diagram and commoned the 12 string pickups with the 6 string, will that work? If the top tone on the Solo diagram was replaced with a volume that explains why it's going to the output! This kit includes all parts and step-by-step instructions to build a complete, playable custom guitar. Since I may have to do some routing to get another switch in up top that'll have to wait til summer the guitar laquering needs to be completed and doing that when it's -35C out isn't possible whereupon I'll run both as seperate guitars into a stereo jack and use an external switch. It buzzes like crazy, this thing wines louder than any note I play. I picked up a Double Neck Telecaster with a 12 on one side and 6 string on the other. You will only need some basic tools and finishing supplies. Thanks If you know how the controls meant to work, one can figure out a diagram for it.
Or the standard toggle might lift the ground of one pickup pair at a time, but that's a Wrong Thing®. Does the toggle have a middle position i. Comments appreciated before I solder this up!!!! Now, I myself cannot help you, my wiring knowledge is far too limited. I checked for a ground problem, but the wiring is in poor shape and you can tell its been tweaked with a couple undergrade new wires looks like speaker wire. Now I'm trying to figure out how the wiring should be - I've emailed the vendor but I don't hold out a lot of hope - can anyone see any issues with the schematic below? All wires buzz through with an ohm meter, some looke like the casing is burnt.
. To contact the forum owner hit the Contact Us link. © 2006-2016 All rights reserved. Kinda twice a LesPaul switch. Since the guitar has three tone pots I also added a third tone pot and hooked it to the 5 way where I think it'll work. Regards, Gord I finally ended up wiring up the guitar as a standard strat and putting the 12 string pups on the same switch tabs as the 6 string so both necks are active at once.
The 3-way works as always, and before it the toggle selects which pair of pickups is active. If that's the case, what compromises could be made for solving the noise problem? So far it's gone well basically done most of the sanding and finishing with laquer and decided it's time to build the electronics. Regards, Gord I love a bit of reckless optimism! Its goung to be a fun project. Is the lever switch 3 way? Most of it is the old fabric casing with no colors. All challenging wood cutting, drilling and shaping has already been professionally done, as well as fret leveling and dressing. And that might explain the noise. .
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