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  • fastbob72
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    Originally posted by jonson View Post
    Keep this on file Pepe and you other guys Wiring Book.
    I have spent hours and hours scouring the webscape looking for specific EMG wiring diagrams to the point of bashing my head against a wall.

    What a wonderful resourse,thank you so much for posting this link.

    If this wasn't the 29th ot 30th of december you'd be on my Xmas card list for sure.

    RD

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  • David Schwab
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    Apparently I got that diagram I posted from Jonson's link. I remembered looking through those files after he posted it again.

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  • jonson
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    That sites been around for a while, but we all know sites and links come and go. I won't stick it all on here but I have got it all stored in one folder which I will e-mail to David later today and as moderator he can keep it on file for future use..

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  • LtKojak
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    Originally posted by jonson View Post
    Keep this on file Pepe and you other guys Wiring Book.
    Hey man, this link is an excellent resource for everybody that got old active EMG p'ups to deal with.

    Thank you very much, Jonson. Really appreciated!

    EDIT: where is the "applause" emoticon when you REALLY need one, uh?

    I guess this board is not high on emoticons, I can see. Oh, well!

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  • jonson
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    Keep this on file Pepe and you other guys Wiring Book.

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  • LtKojak
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    Originally posted by big_teee View Post
    Is this a solderless setup with the emg solderless switch?
    I found this page, maybe it will help.
    Electric Guitar Pickups & Accessories - EMG Pickups
    No, Tee; it was the old stuff, which is not present in their site anymore, and I just can't figure out WHY they didn't keep the old schematics.

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  • LtKojak
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    I think I got it.

    Thank you very much for the help, folks.

    Much appreciated!

    Yours truly,

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  • David Schwab
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    The red wires from the pickups connect to the red wire on the battery clip. The black wire on the battery clip goes to the ring contact on the jack.

    This is from one of their older diagrams.

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  • jonson
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    Positive side of circuit as normal,, negative from battery to stereo ring conection on jack socket which allows mono jack to short it to earth side of circuit.

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  • big_teee
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    Is this a solderless setup with the emg solderless switch?
    I found this page, maybe it will help.
    Electric Guitar Pickups & Accessories - EMG Pickups

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  • LtKojak
    started a topic Who's got an OLD STYLE EMG SSS wiring schematic ?

    Who's got an OLD STYLE EMG SSS wiring schematic ?

    Looks like Google in my enemy today, as I haven't been able to find a schematic to wire an old-style Active EMG S set to a pickguard. Nothing fancy, 5-way switch, 1 Vol, 2 Tones. I just can't figure out how to deal with the battery and the stereo jack I was given... most probably due to senile dementia, nothing to worry 'bout at my age!

    Can somebody help me?

    Pretty please...?
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