Ok - I can do some basic pickup installation/soldering pretty neatly. I've just gotten new electronics for an early 90's Jackson Professional (HSS) - and the switch is this thing I've never seen before.
It's on Oak Grigsby 5-way 4-pole two wafer switch and the wiring diagram that came with it is crazy - got all these options for series/parallel/in-phase/out-of-phase...I just want to wire up simple switching - I ordered two dual rail pickups from Allparts for the single coil positions but given that they are dual rail I assume they'll be wired like humbuckers (haven't arrived yet so I have no details on the wiring for them).
I don't think I need to use both wafers - I'm starting to think I should just buy a typical 5-way and put this Oak Grigsby thing in the drawer - how do I go about finding a wiring diagram for this beast of a switch I bought for simple switching?
Wirelessly posted (Hivemind)
Just buy normal switch lol. You'd.have to solder 4 bridges on that thing to.get it to act normal. They're cool in that you can do crazy what with them but if you don't want to, just easier to buy a normal switch. Hold onto it though. They're expensive. Like $25 these days.