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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-25-2013, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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RG927 coil tap wiring?

So, I installed a Liquifire and a D-Activator recently and wired them up exactly like the guitar came. They're completely awesome, but more options never killed anyone! Here's how they are now:

1. Neck
2. Neck (Parallel)
3. Bridge and Neck
4. Inner Coils
5. Bridge

Does anyone know if there is a diagram that will allow me to have 5 positions of single coil options as well? Something like:

1. North Neck Coil
2. South Neck Coil
3. Inner Coils
4. North Bridge Coil
5. South Bridge Coil

Obviously I'll have to get a push/pull knob of some kind. I have a 5-Way switch with 8 pins in there, if it matters.

I just don't know what I need to change inside the cavity to enable me to do this as far as pots and the switch. Routing is not an option. Thanks!
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Re: RG927 coil tap wiring?

You're going to need some pretty extensive mods to pull that off I'd imagine. Probably two push pull pots at least. Have a look through the sticky at the top of this sub-forum. There are heaps of links to wiring diagrams. You may be able to find something there.
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Re: RG927 coil tap wiring?

Just did a second read through of that thread I emailed Dimarzio to ask their opinion. Lets see how it goes for this particular setup!
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Re: RG927 coil tap wiring?

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You're going to need some pretty extensive mods to pull that off I'd imagine. Probably two push pull pots at least. Have a look through the sticky at the top of this sub-forum. There are heaps of links to wiring diagrams. You may be able to find something there.
You called it! Turns out it would require stupid amounts of work. I'll just stick with installing a good old push/pull in my volume and go with this diagram Dimarzio gave me

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