Thanks for the advice. I did the wiring, but unfortunatelly cannot get any sound from it.
That is: when I plug in my jack and try to measure voltages in the circuit, I notice noise / hum etc. Possibly from shortcutting with the voltagemeter.
When i try the volumepot, it works (loud noise - no noise) and tonepot works as well (dull noise - bright noise). Do note: the noise is only present when i for example try to measure voltagedifference between connections at the volume pot. If I then put a screwdriver on top of the EMG pickup, i can hear other noise (no hum or anything, just sort of scratching).
Here's how i connected the lot:
1. I used the original plug inside my Ibanez (the other one doesnt fit). It is stereo, and I connected the 9V to the tip that wasn't connected up to then.
2. Because my JEM7 is different from a LP, I had to put the volpot and tonepot further from eachother, so i put a bit of cable between the capacitor and the connection to the volknop.
3. Because of the same difference between JEM and LP i used short potmeters from EMG
4. Because of the same difference between JEM and LP i had to extend both the black (ground) and green (signal) coming from the jackentry to the volpot and tonepot.
5. my ground is still connected to the bridge and volpot. Is this a problem?
In the end: my vol works, my tone works, wiring at that part seems to be correct. I can also measure 9V coming out of the pickupconnector when the jack is plugged in the guitar.
I just don't know what i'm doing wrong. The only thing that can be of some problem would be the 5way / 24 pole switch. I think I get it how it works, but maybe not
So a couple of pictures, maybe someone can help me please.... ?
Is it ok connected, or is the connector upside down?
Is the switch soldered right?> I would like to have:
3. neck + bridge
That's why I soldered the connectors together. Only in the middle I keep them separate, because others they would combine in any situation, I figured.
Hope someone can help me :S ?