Question about Washburn Wi14 Electric Guitar
This is the way most aftermarket pickups are set up. Its to accommodate different wiring setups like coil splitting.
Whether the pickup is a Duncan or not does not make a difference. Make sure you solder the red and white wires together(the ones together in the diagram) and cover the joint with heat shrink or electrical tape.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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