5-way switch + tone push/pull combos

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  1. drnele

    drnele New Member

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    Greetings to all,

    I am new to this forum and I would like to ask for some support in wiring my PRS Custom 24 SE.

    I have 5-way switch installed, volume and tone push/pull.

    I would like to get these combos:

    Tone push/pull down:
    1. Bridge humbacker (series)
    2. Bridge humbacker (parallel)
    3. Bridge+Neck humbacker
    4. Bridge humbacker (parallel)
    5. Bridge humbacker (series)

    Tone push/pull up:
    1. Bridge single screw
    2. Bridge single screw + Neck single slack
    3. Bridge single screw + Neck single screw
    4. Neck single screw + Bridge single slack
    5. Neck single screw

    Is this possible to make?

    Many thanks in advance
     
  2. Johnny Rigs

    Johnny Rigs "Hold on to your butts" - Samuel L Jackson

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    There’s a pinned thread in the PTC section that might have some useful info, although I don’t think it covers this specific scenario. Maybe @garrett himself might have some insight.
     
  3. drnele

    drnele New Member

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    Thanks.

    @garrett are you able to support, please?

    BTW, I have Seymour-Duncan pickups and 5-way superswitch
     
  4. garrett

    garrett knows just enough to be dangerous

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    I dunno, I haven't seen anything like that.

    I think it might be doable if you use the super switch for the parallel wiring, but run the finish wire of the coil you want active when split to the push/pull before going to the blade. That's not a rabbit hole I want to go down at the moment.
     

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