Wiring Diagrams

                                                                                                         

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1 humbucker, 1 pot
1 humbucker, 1 single coil, Gibson style selector switch, 1 pots
1 jazz bass, 1 P bass, 3-way blade switch, 2 pots
1 humbucker, 2 pots
1 single coil, 1 pot
1 single coil, 2 pots
2 humbucker, 1 pot, push/pull selector switch (needs bleed resistor for quiet operation)
2 humbucker, 1single coil, 2 tone, 1vol, 3 on/off switches
2 humbucker, 1 vol, 2 tone, 3 way blade switch
2 humbucker, 4 pots, Gibson style selector switch
2 humbucker, 2 vol, 1 tone, Gibson style selector switch
2 jazz bass, stacked blend pot, NO VOLUME
2 humbucker, 1 vol, 1 tone, Gibson style selector switch
2 single coil bass pickups, 1vol, 1tone, no switch
2 single coil, 1 humbucker, series/parallel switch, 5 way selector switch
3 single coil, 1 vol, 1tone, 5 way selector switch
Alternate string ground
2 humbucker (1 w/4 wires, 1 w/2 wires), series/parallel, coil tap, Gibson style selector switch
2 Schaller Jazz Bass pickups w/blend pot, phase reversal switch, 1 vol, 1 tone
2 SD humbucker, push/pull coil tap, 1 pots, Gibson style selector switch

Here is a useful way of describing how phase and series/parallel wiring is done pickups. The color codes are for some of the popular brands of four-wire humbuckers, but two single coil pickups could be wired in any of these configurations as well. The last diagram (Out of Phase, Series) is the normal mode for humbucking pickups.

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