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LP JR/Esquire wiring Q

 
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Dan Nork



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:28 am    Post subject: LP JR/Esquire wiring Q Reply with quote

I'm replacing the wiring in my P90 LP Jr (cheap mini pots, jack, etc) Since I can't leave well enough alone, I was wondering if I could put a switch of some kind in to make "Esquire" like tone changes. I dug around on the net and found lots of actual Esq. diagrams, but nothing with p90 specific instructions. (Specifically they all had blade style switches for obvious reasons, but nothing with on/on/on or toggle switch instructions) Now I'm thinking maybe there's nothing out there because it's a bad idea...what do you guys think? This is on a cheap plywood Epiphone so I don't care about originality or drilling holes in stuff either. Thanks!
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