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  • #16
    Re: Jimmy Page Wireing

    Originally posted by JammerMatt
    Fresh Start,

    You scared the crap out of me with that diagram.

    By the way, what does the Jimmy Page wiring do for you? Dumb question I know, but I've heard lots about it.

    -Matt
    Hey, I'm not the one who asked about it Robert set me straight on this a good while ago, so I saved the link.

    It does something like 21 different combinations for a dual humbucker guitar: splits, parallel/series between the pups, out-of-phase, etc. If you're really interested, I could email you the control layout that originally came from Robert - just PM me with your email.

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    • #17
      Re: Jimmy Page Wireing

      Fresh,

      Nah, thanks for now. I'm still figuring out standard wiring. That strat in your Avatar is absolutely beautiful. Good call!!!
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      • #18
        Re: Jimmy Page Wireing

        Originally posted by Cory_Dylan
        ok, so i want to do the jimmy page mod...

        http://deaf-eddie.net/drawings/eb-jp-lp.jpg

        this will work fine right?? with no bugs? and you've tried it?

        for some reason the gibson site just won't work when i try to open wiring diagrams in .pdf
        There was a bug but Eddie sent me a fix that is now shown and it works if you want to see what it does click on the tone chart and that lists the 21 tone/split cobinations.
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        • #19
          Re: Jimmy Page Wireing

          Originally posted by Oldslowhand
          There was a bug but Eddie sent me a fix that is now shown and it works if you want to see what it does click on the tone chart and that lists the 21 tone/split cobinations.
          if i understand him correctly... is this basically the standard Jimmy Page modification... only instead of the option of splitting the bridge coils it puts them in parallel? funny because just before i read that i was trying to think of a way to do that...

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          • #20
            Re: Jimmy Page Wireing

            Originally posted by Fresh_Start
            Hey, I'm not the one who asked about it Robert set me straight on this a good while ago, so I saved the link.

            It does something like 21 different combinations for a dual humbucker guitar: splits, parallel/series between the pups, out-of-phase, etc. If you're really interested, I could email you the control layout that originally came from Robert - just PM me with your email.

            Chip
            Yeah, but mine was more colourful ... Actually I've got that two, I don't know about any parallel arrngement on the bridge pup, as they one I got was the same as the Page original that I got from Robert S. also, I compared it to a version that I got off the web ... I made corrections as need to that one. So I have 'em stuck in a compressed folder, one is in standard schematic form, and the other in pictorial with a breakdown of the pup polarites (so you can translate it to whatever pups you are using). So if it's the original that you are referring to then Frest Start, Robert S. or myself can help you out on it, I know we all have copies.
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            • #21
              Re: Jimmy Page Wireing

              Originally posted by Cory_Dylan
              if i understand him correctly... is this basically the standard Jimmy Page modification... only instead of the option of splitting the bridge coils it puts them in parallel? funny because just before i read that i was trying to think of a way to do that...
              Err no...with the switch to the Bridge only side you get a choice of screw or slug side of the p/up for the tap.
              Parallel comes in with the neck & bridge together with the diferent combo's of the p/up's/splits

              You can get a full list and how to obtain them at Deaf Eddies and click on Tone Chart were it runs through the options
              Last edited by Oldslowhand; 04-06-2004, 01:39 PM.
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              Les Paul With JB bridge & Jazz neck - Jimmy Page Wiring
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