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This thread is seriously giving me GAS and plenty of you have me beat, but here’s my humble 10 top:
Hmmmmm a bit more Google-fu leads me to believe flipping one of the magnets should achieve the desired result.
Do I dare?
One more observation:...
Update: I bypassed the piezo system and volume/tone controls - same result.
Took them completely out and tried wiring one of them backwards...
Some gratuitous shots of the actual pickups:
Problems happens on mag only and mag+piezo settings. I'll be checking everything at some point, but really don't want to take it apart again...
The ground on these is the shielding only so it’s gonna be *really* tricky to swap one without shorting it somewhere. I’m still puzzled at how...
Ok here's the actual measurement rundown. I have a 2.2k series on the bridge tap and 1.1k on neck tap per PRS specs.
Bridge: 8.05k (5.47k)
Alright I'm normally competent at diagnosing wiring issues, but I give up on this one.
Got my grubby hands on a pair of 58/15 LT (TCI) pickups...
PTC will add mini toggles for splits though you’ll also have to buy a split capable set of pickups too. Push/pull volume/tone is another...
Yes you'd see 10k resistance because the coil and resistor and in series.
For what it's worth, PRS usually uses 2.2k on a bridge tap.
I definitely got that impression of the 509 listening to some side by sides
Retested my P22 and HBII: I retract my previous statements about mag output not working without battery. Dunno when I got that impression o_O...
Glad you found it. Adding anything SD to a PRS 5 way switching wouldn’t be a problem if the pickup has 3 or 4 conductor wiring.