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Need to wire the voulume conrol back to the loom

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Depends on the model. Check the seymour duncan wiring link and choose the correct diagram...they are compatible with fender...

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Follow this diagram.

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SOURCE: Guitar knob wiring damaged need HELP

Take a look at this diagram. Even though your guitar may not have Seymour Duncan's, the wiring is all the same. Go to their website if you have a different pickup & control config.

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SOURCE: Need to see the wiring diagram for Yamaha guitar EG112C

Here is how your guitar is wired. Good luck with your project!

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