I'm confused with what you're saying here. The way Sustainers are usually wired, when you turn the Sustainer on, no matter where your pickup selector switch is, it turns on the Sustainer circuit and activates the bridge pickup. You don't need to choose the neck pickup to activate the Sustainer... unless yours is wired up in a really unique way.sniperfrommars1 said:They may have a pickup that requires more wiring so you can shut it off without having to choose the neck pickup to turn the sustainer on. Ive only used the single coil in the neck fernandes guitars so who knows.
yeah, I somehow got the idea that I was on the other thread were jemsite (or someone) claimed that FLO (the latest, or 1999, version) wasn´t a 77fp but rather a 7vwh.Jeroenn said:Flo was a FLOral ... 77fp. With converted oldstyle heel joint, so a 7v or 555 neck (as used later) fitted.