Yeah, that's a lot and would be almost impossible to remember. But I kind of took it as a proof of concept, or an experiment. Otherwise I can't imagine why he would have spent so much effort on a $100 guitar. Taken just as a let's-see-if-I-can-do-this sort of thing, it's pretty cool.
This is my first posting here ... and I'm also the author of the Super Seven Switching™ guitar modification.
Personally, I like it a lot (well I did use it for nine guitars). Yes, it is a lot of drilling and soldering but it is not as confusing as some of you may think.
Some of you mentioned that the same thing could be done with the Seymour Duncan Triple Shot™ pickup rings. Yes, you could get some of the tones - but not all.
My modification permits series wiring between the neck and bridge pickups. In the 72 tone list, the last 16 combinations (32 if you count the out-of-phase options), are not obtainable with 2 SD Triple Shots.
Well, if you want to post any comments, I'd be happy to read them (and maybe answer.)
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