Post by enquirydave on Aug 18, 2010 19:01:52 GMT -5
The pickup has 5 wires; Black, White, Green, Red and Blue.
I think the Blue wire is the ground as this should be wired with the Black and the White wire is the hot, as per the actual 'Bill Lawrence' website. I have tried wiring all other combinations with the triple shot and still cant get it to work.
Even tried a friends Seymour Duncan pickup which worked first time. with the triple shot.
Post by ijustwannastrat on Aug 18, 2010 22:32:56 GMT -5
Red North Start White North Finish
Green South Start Black South Finish
Attach the bucker's Red wire to the triple shot's Black location White to White Bucker's Green to triple shot's Red Bucker's Black to triple shot's Green Blue to the GND
If that doesn't work, halp?
Oh yea, please post a review of the triple shot after a week or two of using it. I was looking at getting them, but the project I would have used them for was prematurely cancelled. Go figure, college costs money!
We had a discussion when the Triple Shots were first being released last year. ChrisK and I were splitting an order. Then, they were back ordered, then later they were recalled by SD; apparently they weren't yet ready for prime-time:
PeterRabbit I see you have discovered the 2 SPDT switching diagram from my website. You even had me wondering if I mentioned Triple Shots in that web page. I didn't but maybe I should. Oh, and I think I'll make that diagram a little bigger, as you did. ******************************************* EDITED TO ADD: I checked archive.org and it has a copy of guitar page 5 back to Oct 2007 (maybe even earlier). Since Triple Shots™ have only been around for about a year, it's not like I stole any secrets. Hmmm I wonder if they stole that idea from me.
Post by ChristoMephisto on Aug 21, 2010 11:03:20 GMT -5
I have one of those Triple Shot rings, just waiting for the P-rail pup to come in the mail. The TS uses a pair of DPDT switches, haven't compared them to see the difference, but if you were to go the DIY'er way, the SPST is easier. Since it's SD's design, they set it up so the wiring is bottom coil to the top coil. neck is inner to outer, and bridge is outer to inner Read how some ppl cut off the ring, screw it to the strat p'guard and just use the switch itself.