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  • changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

    im having trouble changing my rg470's stock bridge pickup to a SD SH8 invader.
    ive tried the SD website schematic and it doesnt work.
    4 wires come out of the invader, a red one, white one, black, green and bare.
    anybody have a diagram for a standard ibanez with 2 HUM, 1 single, 1 vol, 1 tone?
    or does anyone know how to put the invader on, without knocking out the other two pickups?

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    rg550 wizard 2 neck
    lo-trsII tremolo
    neck - V7
    mid - V6
    bridge - seymour duncan sh8 invader
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    wizard neck - now fretless.
    5 string custom.
    piezo bass pickup

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    Re: changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

    For standard series humbucking operation, attach the black wire from the invader to the switch, green and bare to the back of the vvolume pot, and solder the red and white wires together and tape them off. If in this configuration the Invader is out of phase with the other pickups, move the green to switch and the black to the back of the pot.
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    • #3
      Re: changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

      should the invader be out of phase with the two stock pickups?

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      • #4
        Re: changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

        http://www.ibanez.com/wiring/wire.asp?y=2002&w=RG470

        Ibanez red = SD black
        Ibanez white = SD red/white
        Ibanez sheild = SD green/plain
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        • #5
          Re: changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

          For Ibanez wiring diagrams and parts go to

          www.ibanez.com/support
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          • #6
            Re: changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

            "Ibanez red = SD black
            Ibanez white = SD red/white
            Ibanez sheild = SD green/plain"

            does this mean ibanez white = SD red AND white, or SD red OR white?

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            • #7
              Re: changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

              Originally posted by sevenfacedsin
              im having trouble changing my rg470's stock bridge pickup to a SD SH8 invader.
              ive tried the SD website schematic and it doesnt work.
              4 wires come out of the invader, a red one, white one, black, green and bare.
              anybody have a diagram for a standard ibanez with 2 HUM, 1 single, 1 vol, 1 tone?
              or does anyone know how to put the invader on, without knocking out the other two pickups?

              _____________________
              2002 ibanez rg470
              rg550 wizard 2 neck
              lo-trsII tremolo
              neck - V7
              mid - V6
              bridge - seymour duncan sh8 invader
              planet waves trim-lock tuners
              digitech genesis 1
              _____________________
              2001 ibanez rg170
              wizard neck - now fretless.
              5 string custom.
              piezo bass pickup

              I play ibanez stuff, what you want to do if you are only replacing the V-8, is to take the black duncan invader wire and solder where the V-8's red wire was, then twist the white/red invader wires together and solder them to where the V-8's white wire was.(this is for coil cut)
              the invaders green/bare go to the top of the pot
              it will be in phase with the s-1 in the middle

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              • #8
                Re: changing IbanezRG470 V8 bridge PUP

                Originally posted by sevenfacedsin
                "Ibanez red = SD black
                Ibanez white = SD red/white
                Ibanez sheild = SD green/plain"

                does this mean ibanez white = SD red AND white, or SD red OR white?
                it means red and white (soldered together)
                wire it this way and it should work! My Duncan is in phase with my ibanez V1/S1 Combo! So i think it should be in pahse with yours too
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