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Old June 18th, 2013, 12:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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50's vintage wiring switch.

I have only just found out about the vintage wiring for telecasters, and I love it, though I don't think its fits all my needs. I have been thinking about wiring a push/pull pot to switch between the standard telecaster wiring, to the vintage wiring. If this actually possible, does anyone know the wiring specifics??? Thanks in advance!

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Wire a push/pull tone pot.

Wire the pot part as you would any tone pot. Have the output terminal of the tone pot ( the one that would normally feed the vol. pot) feed E

then have the D and F feed the volume pot, one to the middle terminal (50's/Fezz) one to the outer (per standard)

D would be engaged with the knob is UP.

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