i've got this single wafer super switch (oak grigsby) that i thought id use in a strat with a humbucker in the bridge pos. the config i want is neck, neck/middle, neck/bridge,/bridge/middle,bridge. anyone here happen to know how to wire it up with a master volume and a master tone for all pickups ? since this thing has all lugs on one side, im a little confused.
yes, that wiring schematic i think i understand. i just have a question; on my other strat i used to have, i wired the tone to work on all pickups by wiring together 2 slugs on the switch. i dont see where the tone connects to this thing to work on all pickups, or does the tone just connect to the volume in this case ?
With a master V and T, the tone control is wired off of the volume control. I left off the pots on the diagram, as I said, it's wired the same as any other guitar with a single V and T.
A std Strat has the two tone controls, and those are indeed wired off of the switch. That's a different set-up than what you specified.
Also, you will need to orient the switch appropriately in the guitar; my designation of the lugs 1 to 5 is arbitrary. I show the bridge as position #1; if we imagine that the lever in the diagram is moved all the way to the right, it would be the bridge position; left is the neck. Keep that in mind when you mount the actual switch in the guitar.
and bourns no load short solid shaft pot 250k: bourns.com/data/global/pdfs/PDB241-GTR.pdf and i have a real trouble finding where to get them. some places dont ship them to where i live (sweden) and some just have outrageous shipping prices like 40-100 $. anyone know what to do ?o.o