# Nashville SSS 10 way wiring

#### dan231fasf

##### NEW MEMBER!

Hi all,
Is there a diagram for 10 way with normal 5way switch and on/on 4pdt for nashville tele? or what else do I need to do this wiring without the 10way freeway switch?

#### Novatuc

##### Tele-Meister
The Fender S1 switch will probably get you where you want to go.

#### pipthepilot

##### Tele-Meister
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Hi all,
Is there a diagram for 10 way with normal 5way switch and on/on 4pdt for nashville tele? or what else do I need to do this wiring without the 10way freeway switch?
Hello, I see this is your first post so first off, welcome to the forum.

This is an interesting challenge

The problem you are going to have is that a standard 5-way switch is effectively the same as a 3-way switch but where two lugs are bridged at the same time so you might be better off with a four way switch.

For example, if you have a 4-way that controls the Neck and Bridge and then add a SPDT that controls the Middle (on or off) then you have the following.

1. Bridge Only - Mid Off = P1, Mid on = P2
2. N&B Parallel - Mid Off = P9, Mid on = P7
3. N&B Series - Mid Off = P8, Mid on = Something new
4. Neck Only - Mid Off = P5, Mid on = P4

You're still missing P3, P6 and P10 but it gets you close.

I'm going to have a think about this, I think if you use a DPDT for the middle you might be able to get all 10. Let me see I can work it out.

#### dan231fasf

##### NEW MEMBER!
Hello, I see this is your first post so first off, welcome to the forum.

This is an interesting challenge

The problem you are going to have is that a standard 5-way switch is effectively the same as a 3-way switch but where two lugs are bridged at the same time so you might be better off with a four way switch.

For example, if you have a 4-way that controls the Neck and Bridge and then add a SPDT that controls the Middle (on or off) then you have the following.

1. Bridge Only - Mid Off = P1, Mid on = P2
2. N&B Parallel - Mid Off = P9, Mid on = P7
3. N&B Series - Mid Off = P8, Mid on = Something new
4. Neck Only - Mid Off = P5, Mid on = P4

You're still missing P3, P6 and P10 but it gets you close.

I'm going to have a think about this, I think if you use a DPDT for the middle you might be able to get all 10. Let me see I can work it out.
Thank you so much ,
What about using 5-Way 2or4-pole Super Switch? Because I really don't want to miss out all those P3, P6 and P10 too!

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