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Delano JC 4 HE/M2 Wiring

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by Matthew_84, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. Matthew_84

    Matthew_84

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    Hey guys,

    I've been looking into the Delano JC 4 HE/M2 pickups to be installed in my Warwick basses.

    http://www.bestbassgear.com/jc-4-he-m2.htm

    I'm looking to keep these basses passive, but if possible I'd like to be able to wire the pickups with series/parallel push/pull switches. I see in their wiring document different ways to wire 1, 2, and 4 conductor wires, but they don't state which models have which conductors.

    Anyone know if this model has 4 conductors and if each pickup can be wired in series and parallel?

    I'm looking at these because I want humcancelling J's that compliment Warwick's and their growl well - if you have any other recommendations please pass them along!

    Thanks
  2. AlarmClock314

    AlarmClock314 Previously PKr Supporting Member

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    I'd also like to know this about the JC 4 AL/M2 and JMVC 4 FE/M2 pickups.

    I want to wire them with a Series/Parallel switch for both pickup coils (the pickups will remain in parallel to each other).
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    AlarmClock314 Previously PKr Supporting Member

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  5. kucor

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    they are all 2 conductor pickups, no coil tap is possible:)
  6. AlarmClock314

    AlarmClock314 Previously PKr Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the information. Time to search TB for some other options.

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