Published at Monday, March 25th, 2019 - 20:07:41 PM. wiring. By Elisabeth Levy.
Wiring diagrams can aid a technician in many ways. They allow a technician to systematically troubleshoot a problem. By analyzing the system’s wiring diagram, a technician can see where the common junction is located that could affect the components that aren’t working. The technician can then start at that point without having to check the entire system. For example, a technician arrives on the job and finds that the compressor is the only component of the system that is not running. By studying the wiring diagram, it can be quickly determined from where power is applied to the compressor and which components are wired in series with it. When possible, it is a good practice for a technician to keep on hand wiring diagrams of the equipment most frequently serviced
Hello fellow modders! It’s time now to explore the third and final version of our master wiring schemes for the venerable Gibson Les Paul. So far, we’ve covered master volume plus master tone (“Les Paul Master Wiring #1”) and master tone plus two volumes (“Les Paul Master Wiring #2”). In this third version, the volume pot is the master and it will be supported by two individual tone controls. Although we call it a “Les Paul” master wiring, you can apply this mod to virtually any guitar with a similar dual-pickup, four-potentiometer configuration, such as an ES-335 or SG. And with a little ingenuity you can adapt it to any guitar with two pickups. For example, you can swap out the Gibson 3-way pickup selector toggle switch for a Fender-style pickup selector switch, which means you could use this wiring on a Telecaster.
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