Published at Monday, March 25th, 2019 - 10:00:10 AM. wiring. By Voletta Roche.
Bob checked on each side of each heater and found three of the five heaters were drawing current; therefore they were heating. He said, “I can see why the system was not heating the building. It is very cold outside and will probably require all of the heaters to keep the building warm. Now, I need to find out why two of the elements are not working, and there are so many wires that I don’t really know where to start.” Bob looked at the diagram and said, “I can see that the thermostat starts the timed fan control and sequencer #1. Now what happens?”
Tele players often ask about adding series wiring to their instruments—a mod that lets you access a powerful tone when you engage both pickups. On a stock Tele, the pickups are connected in parallel when you use them together, but if you run them in series instead, the resulting output is hotter and louder, and this makes it much easier to drive your amp into saturation. If you’re craving burly Tele tones, series wiring will deliver. There are several ways to mod your Telecaster for series wiring. The most common approach is to replace the standard 3-way pickup selector with a 4-way switch. This keeps the three familiar switching positions untouched and simply adds a new sound in switching position #4. This is my preferred method, and I think it’s the most useful Telecaster mod ever.
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