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Old 2006-01-05, 23:33
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pickup configurations

i have 2 new dimarzio pickups i installed into my ibanez , but i basically replaced wire for wire with my old pickups, and i know there are different ways to wire them for different sounds.
what difference would i hear in changing the wiring?

i have the x2n in the bridge and humbucker from hell in the neck
they are wired to the 3 way switch( i think thats what its called)

the wiring looks really confusing to me so if i cant get it explained easily or a diagram i will take it to the shop to get it changed if suggested to change the wiring. thanks
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Old 2006-01-06, 01:23
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There's series, parallel, in phase, and out of phase. Check out http://users.chariot.net.au/~gmarts/pickcomb.htm for more information and details.
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