Psychedelic Stoner Rock
- Aug 26, 2009
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This is how it should be wired:
If you are up to the task, you might be able to get reasonably close readings (within 1%) from the control cavity if pots are 500k Wulfman, using trial + error method..Ok, bit of a puzzle here with the readings from the output jack but I am sure o0mobius0o can figure if out somehow.
1980 Greco SG Custom
PU-2 Neck = 8.18k
PU-2 Middle = 2.76k
PU-2 Bridge = 4.09k
Standard 3-pickup configuration I guess where the middle and neck are grounded to the same volume. Must have the bridge and middle in parallel somehow and then.....
EDIT: the volume knobs are wired strangely so that the bridge volume at 5 is actually louder than at 10, and reads around 7.5k. When in the bridge position the neck volume also is activated somehow. Could it be an out of phase mod? Perhaps a question for the wiring gurus in the Tonefreaks section?
They came on my 1984 GTZ ..The Greco catalog Calls the DRY BB'sCool bassbo!! I've seen those Dry pickups that look like EMGs on Greco's on ebay.http://www.mylespaul.com/forums/members/bassbo530.html What era are they from?
is this thread limited to humbuckers?
I'll add P-90 or mini-Bucker Data below boutique brand pickups on the list, if there are a few entries.Are p-90s welcome here too?
Not yet, but that is on for the weekend I hope. I have a Burny 3pu LP so I will see if I can get some hints from that layout.Thanks again for sharing so much info here and in other threads Wulfman.
Were you able to figure out the wiring on your Frehley setup ?
Perhaps I don't understand, but I believe asymmetric coils just have differing numbers of turns on each bobbin, or differing permeability / size of the pole pieces. Since you're measuring the DC resistance of the coils in series, it shouldn't matter.[...]
Asymmetric wound pickups will have lower effective resistance values.