Question about replacing S2 p.u. selector switch

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  1. Stuart Kirsh

    Stuart Kirsh New Member

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    Iceman101 There's always room for one more.....

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  4. Stuart Kirsh

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    @88prs: hmm. . . I don't have the expertise to know but that's not what they advised me.
     
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    andy474x Knows the Drill

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    I put the 3-way from the PRS accessory store (linked above) in one of my S2’s when the stock switch went out. Perfect fit, but the wiring connections are different from the stock switch, so I referenced the schematics for a core Mira. Unless you get PRS to send you a new S2 switch under warranty, it’s really the only way to go, aside from another brand.
     
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    I have a Schaller Megaswitch on my S2 Standard 22. They are solid as heck!

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    Thanks for the suggestions. I don't work on my guitars so I decided to follow Shawn's advice to get the PRS switch, even though it was considerably more expensive than I'd anticipated.
     

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