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Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by musicmanluke, Aug 24, 2005.
can some one give me input on using jazz bass wiring with my stingray bass
can you elaborate on what you mean by this?
i meen use the wiring from a j bass and using the wiring it with my mm2 pick up
Sorry, I'm still not getting it. Or rather, there's a number of things you could mean by that and I don't want to assume.
What would be the end result of what you're trying to do?
It sounds sort of like a question I have been thinking of, but I may be wrong, so if I'm wrong on my assumption... sorry. But I need an answer anyway.
It sounds to me like Luke wants to wire his Stingray in Volume-Volume-tone. This is assuming the pickup is in fact able to be split and is wired as such.
MY question is in a Stingray 5, how is the pickup wired? I know the switch claims "Series-Parallel-Phantom Coil" (I think, I do things that make me forget). I guess the PU is a splittable humbucker and as such could be wired many ways. My purpose was to see if it could be run on a pan pot (if I put in a U-Retro Dlx), but I didn't know if I could, should, or whatever.
Maybe my search should continue, but if anyone has the short answer to either question, let us know.
any splittable passive humbucker can be wired V/V/T.
I never thought of that...hmmm...nahhh...not very practical...
series/single/parallel switch and then V/T is the way to go on buckers.
^^But then it would be great to have volume, volume, tone. It will be a hard mod if it is possible..
Stock stingray 4 pickups aren't splittable, unless you modify the pickup itself.
yup, not sure if he was referring to SR5 or not.
I agree, more usable tones IMO
But does anyone know how the stock SR5 pickups are wired?!?!
There's a doc on the bartolini website that describes how to replace your stock SR5 MM with their replacement, and outlines the stock wiring in the process.
Sweet, thanks man!