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    ArtieToo
    Peaveyologist

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    Ok . . . I found that thread. Somehow, that post slipped through the cracks - in my memory cells.

    Sorry 'bout that. I'll take a look as soon as I get home.

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  • Chi3f
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    artie you need to make my schematic i don't know why what i want has to be so hard

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  • ArtieToo
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    You're welcome. Sorry about leaving off the labels. It was late when I finished it up, and I was getting sleepy-eyed.

    There's one other thing to note: you're original request for the tone push/pull to put "both pickups out-of-phase", is somewhat ambiguous. I assumed you meant, one pickup out-of-phase with the other. Which would only be relevant in the 3-way's middle, or "series", position.

    Having two pups in series, with one out-of-phase should produce a real weak, tinny sound, that I wouldn't think would be all that useful. So, you may want to make sure I understood what you were wanting.

    I can make any mods that you think are necessary. Just let me know.

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  • BS123
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    Originally posted by Chi3f
    those two orange colored blocks are the two switches under the push/pulls. each one has 6 lugs on it which makes them dpdt.
    Yes! that's what I was hoping. Thanks for the drawing!

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  • Chi3f
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    those two orange colored blocks are the two switches under the push/pulls. each one has 6 lugs on it which makes them dpdt.

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  • BS123
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    The two switches where the red and white wires are connected, are they the switches that are connected under the the push/pull pots?

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  • ArtieToo
    Peaveyologist

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    Ok . . . this should do it:



    Click on the image for the full-size version.

    The block in the red square shows the orientation of the Tele 3-way.

    Oh yeah - you probably already know this, but only use the red or the blue connection for the tone control, depending on whether or not you want the 50's mod.
    ArtieToo
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    Last edited by ArtieToo; 07-22-2004, 07:50 PM.

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  • ArtieToo
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    Ooops . . . sorry Butch. By the time I got home, I forgot I made this post.

    Working on it now.

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  • ArtieToo
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    Hey Butch; If no one else gets to this, I can as soon as I get home from work. (About 5 hours.)

    On that last part - when you pull the tone control, for out-of-phase operation, do you mean, out-of-phase relative to each other, or absolute phase of both?
    In other words, only one pup would actually be reversed.

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  • BS123
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    I Need a Schematic

    I'm going to put a Lil 59 in the bridge position and an Alnico II Pro humbucker in the neck position of my 50's Tele. I'm going to use the standard 3-way switch and have switching go like this:

    Position 1 - Bridge full
    Position 2 - both in series
    Position 3 - Neck full

    I'm going to install two 500k push/pull pots for splitting and out-of-phase. Here's how I want the whole thing to work:

    Switch - same as above
    Push/Pull Vol: Down - Normal; Up - Both pickups split
    Push/Pull Tone: Down - Normal; Up - Both pickups out-of-phase

    Can anybody help me with a drawing of this?

    Thanks!
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