Can you do that for switching like on a RG2027?I use Fender ones in mine, unless you need that insane H-H parallel in #4 switch....and use TDW's suggestion for those. :lol:
Same idea if you want multi-option switching for dual (passive) hum equipped guitars, though. Just using the 2027 as an example, since it's what I'm familar with.This isn't for the 2027, this is for my EX and RG5T.
Adam - are they new? I have some decent old ones as well, but if I'm doing it, I want to do it with all new stuff. :lol:
I think Dimarzio has a wiring diagram for this on their site. Personally, I prefer:Can you do that for switching like on a RG2027?
BTW, it's -
1. Neck series
2. Neck parallel
3. Both series
4. Inside coils in series (Fender 'quack')
5. Bridge series
Oh, I usually do the same, but it's nice to have a couple different options for clean in the middle. :lol:I never use position 2 or 4, ever, but with the HSS guitar, it's so old and vintage/unique sounding, I figure I may as well.
Generally rhythms I'm on the bridge, leads on the neck, and cleans in the middle.