Guitar Schematics Question

itsall4you

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Guitar Schematics Question

Hi.

This is my first post in this forum =)

Sorry it's not anything useful.. but a question.

I've recently bought 2 humbuckers. (Benedetto A6)

I don't want to drill any holes onto my guitar nor do I want any of the holes unfilled or anything not doing anything to change something.

I have on my guitar at the moment.

2 Stock Humbucker Pickups
1 Piezo Pickup connected inside the bridge.
1 3way toggle switch.
1 3way DPDT on/off/on mini switch which selects between humbuckers/hum+piezo/piezo.
1 Master Volume pot for the humbuckers.
1 Master Tone pot for humbuckers which coil-cuts both humbuckers using push-pull.
1 Stacked Pot with Piezo Tone and Volume.

My Plan is to Change this in to.

2 New Humbuckers
2 Volume pots for each humbuckers.
1 Master tone pot for both humbuckers.
1 3way toggle switch between humbuckers.
1 On/On DPDT miniswitch for Series/Parallel switching for Both the humbuckers.

I'm going to take out the Piezo Pickup altogether because I never use it.

Anyway, I was just wondering if anyone on the forum can verify that this would be possible.

And if so, has anyone seen a wiring schematic for this kind of circuit?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
 

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Hi, Thank you very much for your reply.

However, I also have a on/on DPDT MiniSwitch which I want use for Series/Parallel Switching..

Would that be very similar to this wiring?
 

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Hi, Thank you very much for your reply.

However, I also have a on/on DPDT MiniSwitch which I want use for Series/Parallel Switching..

Would that be very similar to this wiring?

Here is all the wiring diagrams at seymour duncan site, you should probably spend some time looking through them so you can find the right diagram that will work for your particular application. Lot's of great info here and if you are doing your own mods it is worth the time. Then if you get stuck we can help you out ;)

Wiring Diagrams - Seymour Duncan/Basslines
 

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