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That Broadcaster with blend will haunt me until i try it! Copyright © 2020 Seymour Duncan. But you need to make one important adjustment: The neck pickup’s cover has to be grounded with a separate wire. That leaves a 1/4-inch nub of wire connected to the cover. Any suggestions for wiring Vintage Stack® Tele (lead & rhythm) STK-T3b & STK-T1n using 4-way switch ? Any thoughts? Old tone-control works as volume control for the pickup in bridge-position and ordinary volumecontrol controls pickup in neckposition. Can these wiring schemes be done with a Liberator? In this position, you can blend the pickups as you want and achieve all three traditional telecaster sounds. Thanks for the article. Powerful and bright sound. All rights reserved. Thank you Mr. Seymour Duncan, my guitar is now better installing the AHB 2B, just an Ibanez Gio,  sounds so great! http://www.seymourduncan.com/wiring-diagrams, http://www.seymourduncan.com/forum/forum.php, Announcing the Eric Steckel Signature “Candy” Humbucker Set. There is. I designed a version for Alan Dutton, Jeff Beck’s road manager. I am doing this mod now and have a double hummbucker at the bridge and an S1 switch in the volume pot, my tech could not seem to get the wiring right, I hope this helps my tech with this problem. McNelly T-Bar. I have a Seymour Duncan that has A N1 sticker on the bottom, It has staggered pole pieces on the top and rails on the bottom of the pickup. I’ve seen the drawing on the net, just google search it. How would I do this? This wiring works great with any vintage-output Tele pickups. I want to tell you about three of my favorites. It must be ordered thru you guys I assume. We sell Tapped Tele pickups individually, and as part of the Custom Shop ’53 Tapped Tele Model T Guitar Shop Set, which includes a 5-way switch. But you need to make one important adjustment: The neck pickup’s cover has to be grounded with a separate wire. But the coolest thing is, when you’re in position 1, the tone knob acts as a blend switch, and you can mix in as much or as little of the neck pickup as you like. I also am making a pick guard out of some quilted cherrywood that showed up in my firewood. Powerful and slighly mellow sound 2. It's a given that the bridge will be the heart of the sound, but our Telecaster pickup sets are designed to give you an additional tonal counterpoint in the neck pickup. We also lowered the pickups and it didn’t solve the problem. How about wiring the standard 3-way switch (already installed) with the series (humbucker) wiring, replacing the bridge-pickup-only switch position? That position 3 sound is too dark for a lot of players, though some guys like it for playing jazz or faking bass lines. I have an idea about installing it in the neck position with another bucker at the bridge. Please help! The only special part you need is a 4-way switch. Attach a new wire to that, and connect it to ground. It’s also great with our Five-Two® for Tele pickups, which session players like Brent Mason and Dean Parks like because they provide great Tele twang, but with a slightly tighter, more focused low end. I was curious if that’s what you were doing. In this first two positions, the old tone-control does nothing. Jeff heard and liked it, and he used it on his Guitar Shop album. There are some really nice blends in there that you can’t get with the standard wiring scheme. Attach a new wire to that, and connect it to ground. For a super-authentic tone, try this with my Vintage Broadcaster Pickup Set. How about wiring the standard 3-way switch (already installed) with the series (humbucker) wiring, replacing the bridge-pickup-only switch position How would I do this? One of the great things about the Telecaster is the fact that there are so many cool alternate wiring schemes you can use. Me too! I am looking for a PANNING POTENTIOMETER instead of using the Toggle Switch to move the 2 pickups from bridge to neck to its fullest potentials. When you install this with a 5-way switch, you get the usual vintage Tele sounds in three of the positions. (Old bridge position) pickups in parallel. With this wiring, position 1 is the bridge pickup, position 2 is the neck pickup, and position 3 is a dark neck pickup tone with all the treble rolled off. 3. I got inspired and did this one (with the standard components, 3-way switch, just resoldered) 1. Thanks, Mr. Duncan. That means you have to flip the pickup over and cut the little un-insulated jumper wire that connects to the cover. I really like the tone in your video of the ’53 Tapped Tele. This is another cool wiring scheme that gives you all the traditional sounds plus something extra. Got one thats OK, but would like to see the official Seymore Duncan version. Or is it just another ground or both? I’ll find the pickup, and get back to you in a while, I promise. Just got the little 59 for my tele’s bridge, and am thinking of a 4-way setup. It would be nice to see a picture of this, not to mention your wiring diagram does not show a separate wire going to ground from the neck p/u.

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