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Dear all Please help me, ive exhausted the internet for an answer to this question but to no avail. I have a Fender Jagstang (obviously) and a Texas Special in the Neck and Seymour Duncan JB in Bridge but im getting TERRIBLE earthing sounds even when I touch the guitar or a metal part, so ive decided im going to re-wire her from scratch and get some decent guitar cable to do so. The Jagstang Schematic diagram on this site is as much use as a chocolate teapot, fancy doing the schematic upside down from the top up when everybody who does wiring would need it from the perspective of looking at it. Very backward...but cant fault the effort. Secondly I found another schematic on this site which shows how to wire the guitar where one switch does the pickups and another does other things (which I dont want it to do). ALL I WANT IS A NORMAL OPERATING GUITAR. 1 of the two switches ONLY to work (preferably the humbucker switch) 0-- = Neck only -0- = Both Pickups --0 = Bridge only -I dont want or need an on/off switch Now is this too much to ask? If somebody can advise me as to how I can achieve this ill be forever indebted to you. I need a clear concise diagram please, This includes the earthing/grounding....basically everything. I was always taught that when doing a guide or diagram, make it easy for an alien to understand, well I am that alien and am in need of an alien proof diagram. Thank you so much. Peace, Love, Empathy Charlie
Hey guys! I'm totally new to soldering and wiring and all that, so I decided that my Jag-Stang will be the red-headed stepchild of my collection, and endure all my abuse. I have decided to rewire my Jag-Stang like so: And for some reason, I get the feeling I'm doing something wrong? My single coil has an output of 6.8k, and when I tap it with my pliers, I don't hear anything unless I turn my amp all the way up past-55%. I'm still using a "dummy" humbucker until my GFS Crunchy Rail comes in the mail.