Help : SH-1N & TB14 on Flying V

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  1. CC_Devil

    CC_Devil New Member

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    Hi everyone, I just bought SH-1N with braided wire and TB14 with wires.
    Im gonna put these pickup on my epiphone flying V, with 1 volume, 2 tone and 3 wayswitch.
    Could anyone please help me about the wiring diagram ?
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    Thanks
     
  2. Davis Sharp

    Davis Sharp Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to Epi-Talk.

    Google "Seymour Duncan wiring diagrams". You can then select # of pickups, humbucker/single coil, #of tone and volume knobs, and get the right schematic.
     
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    I did, but i cant find the wire diagram for brided wire and 5 wires combination in 1 guitar.
     
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    You might have to pull up two different schematics, one for each pickup. I don't know if the SD site will let you mix a 4-conductor and a 2-conductor pickup set.

    The 5 wire pickup is called a 4-conductor pickup (don't ask me why). The naked wire is the ground. The other four can be used for coil splitting, or phase inversions (not sure if that's the right term). If you're not going to do all that fancy stuff, figure out which two wires you need to use and just tape the other two together.

    The braided wire is probably a two-conductor pickup. The braiding is the ground wire. The other one is hot.
     
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    Ok ill try that one. Thanks for the help. Really appreciate it.
     

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