I have a set volume whether I turn either volume pot from zero to 10 and back again. I don't have any problems with it but was looking for info about it. Yes, you can wire it like a Paul. Each one of us has some knowledge about certain Strats, but together we have it pretty well covered around here. I think I have some close ups from my 1982 as well.
I'll look for them and post them when I find them as well. I'm handy with wiring as long as I have a clear diagram, but I don't have the electrical knowledge to determine exactly how to design the mod. Hello again John, Some do not even know about this rotary switch that was factory installed on these Strats. It does seem that the originals Deluxes, Thinlines and Customs all used that way of wiring while modern reissues of those guitars don't. I John1609's post and the great replies.
I'm wiring up a replica ala Keef 72 tele-custom. The table below lists instruments by model name, part number and document revision date. Unless some kind person is familiar with this model and has one. I also have a Olympic? I found some close up pics of my 82. I will try to post a picture but I just joined this forum.
I found some close up pics of my 82. I purchased it in 86 and it's been pretty much my favorite guitar. This Fender Standard Plus Top Stratocaster has been modified with Lace Sensor Gold Pickups, Fender Locking Tuners, Babicz Full Contact Hardware Bridge, 920D 7-Way electronics, and has been set up professionally. Base Model: Fender Standard Plus Top Statocaster Body: Alder with Flame Maple Top, Aged Cherry Burst Neck: Maple neck with modern C? Maybe someone else can help? Fellows, I need a help. The search led me to this great forum. So if I don't figure it out.
Guitar is also fitted with Vintage Style Gold Tuners and is set up to perfection. Middle position seems not to exist, bridge is loud. Base Model: Fender Standard Statocaster Body: Alder, Lake Placid Blue Neck: Maple neck with modern C? If you're repairing or modifying your instrument or simply need some replacement part numbers, these lists and diagrams should help you get started. Thanks in advance for any help. Which is hot and which is ground.
This list is by no means comprehensive, and documentation for other models will be posted as it becomes available. I guess my actual question would be can that wide range humbucker in the neck position and single coil bridge be wired like a les Paul? I signed up for this forum yesterday after numerous sleepless nights. The diagram is exactly how the guitar is now, stock. The Rotary Switch allowed for some completely different tone Options in addition to the usual Standard 5 position switch: 1. I have a ton of schemes, but not the Squier one.
I have all I need, just waiting for pickups from The Creamery. This guitar is built in the style of David Gilmour's 0001 Strat. . I bought a set of pups with pots and switch off the bay and am keen to fit them as nature intended. I have learned a lot from the crew here at Strat-Talk. Note: Modifications to an existing Fender instrument currently under warranty, or service performed on a Fender instrument currently under warranty by any person other than authorized Fender service centers and technicians holding a certificate of warranty service authorization for the period during which the work was performed, will void the instrument warranty.
The Hot Rod '60s Stratocaster guitar gives you the best Strat tone, style and performance of both eras the design touches straight from the 1960s and hot-rodded modern mods ideal for today's players. Anyway, thanks in advance and I hope I'm able to help some of you in the future. The pickups are Texas Specials and a 'Twin Head' humbucker with some sort of quik-connect cable that has three wires? I may be completely wrong but that's my best guess until I track down the wires and draw a schematic. Note: All part numbers and specifications in each document are subject to revision, change or discontinuation without notice. Oh yes, the humbucker has a bare wire and a brown and a black. The Rotary Switch allowed for some completely different tone Options in addition to the usual Standard 5 position switch: 1.
The S1 switch only splits the humbucker, and other than that it is normal pickup selection with the 5-way switch. This 920D Custom Shop Fender modified Stratocaster features Fender Vintage Noiseless pickups. Does any of you have the original wiring diagram? That's a 6-pole, 2-way, non-shorting rotary switch, it should work fine if it mechanically fits. To contact the forum owner hit the Contact Us link. Basically I'd like to maintain the stock look, but be able to access the bridge+neck combo and still split the humbucker with the S1 switch. The model list is, for the most part, of instruments currently in production.
I see that there are many diagrams out there that are similar yet different,just trying to figure it out. I have never been able to find another one like it. I've bought the guitar in the title from a guy who swapped the bridge pickup with a different one then he put back the original. Or, in case somebody is going to change strings or any like that, if he can take a pic of the wiring so I can check what's going wrong. I have tried the obvious routes to no avail. This part of assembly is not my field!.