Hello all! Back in the early 90's I saw this ad in a guitar magazine. It was different compared to the mainstream super strats and Les Paul types at the time. I wanted one. But being in a 3rd world country, I couldn't afford one. But now that I am here stateside with a better life, the closest I could get is a PRS S2 Standard 22. Not a full American guitar, but it was good! This was my demo of the guitar: And these are the pictures in its original stock specs: The original PRS #7 pickups were good, but I wanted more! I opted for a Dimarzio D Activator X set. A forum friend was so kind enough to wire it up plus more on my pickguard! The wiring is an art piece! It now has the following: DiMarzio D-Activator X bridge and neck Schaller Megaswitch "T" Emerson Pro CTS 1meg volume pot C&K USA DPDT Mini Toggle Switches Geesatis Open Black Humbucker Covers CTS 250k SPST Split Shaft Push/Pull Pot Pure Tone Jack The Pure Tone jack has a different "feel" than a Switchcraft jack when putting the 1/4" cord plug into it. It has a very solid double "click" because of its design, as opposed to the normal single "click" of a Switchcraft jack. The Schaller Megaswitch operates like a normal 3 way switch... rearward is the bridge p/u, middle position is both p/u's and frontwards is the neck pickup. It has 2 mini toggles, the front switch is for the neck p/u, and the rear switch is for the bridge p/u. In the "downward" positions, the pickups are in series. In the upward positions, the pickups are in parallel. They give the guitar tremendous control over the guitars overall tone depending on what position the switches are set to, and what the Megaswitch is set to. The tone control is normally out of the circuit. It is engaged when you pull the tone knob up. It is a 250k CTS pot with a .01uF CRL ceramic disc cap. It will give a clean tone, an overdriven "blues" tone, or a high gain tone. It will have the full potential of the p/u's output when the tone knob is "down" in its normal position, since the tone pot and cap are disengaged in that position. The volume pot is 1 meg . This will result in the most output the pickups are able to produce, short of wiring them directly to the jack! It also has a treble bleed circuit, with a 220k resistor and a .006uF cap wired in parallel. The guitar is with the luthier now for a set up. He will be installing the loaded pickguard too. I will be posting the final pictures when it is done!