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12-03-2011 05:03 AM
AlaskaBat
Re: Pickup selector switch

Latching SPST and SPDT switches are at Radio Shack.



12-03-2011 04:54 AM
Algiman
Re: Pickup selector switch

Better to see it installed - it's the little white dot between the tone controls:
12-03-2011 04:51 AM
Algiman
Re: Pickup selector switch

I'd suggest the push switch fender use on some of their guitars, part number FE-002-0803-000

12-03-2011 04:43 AM
moonlight
Pickup selector switch

Does anyone here know where I can find a push button switch that could replace the pickup selector switch? I just want to switch between the neck and bridge really fast,no other pickup combination need. It will replace a switchcraft toggle switch in a Jackson SL2 so it needs to fit a round hole and reach about 3/8 inch. I think they are called latching,not momentary. I've been looking everywhere I know of and come up blank but some electronics supply store must have something I could use. Any ideas are much appreciate

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