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I have emg active pj bass pickups 2vol. controls and 2 tone controls. I would like them to work independently and blend together when they are both on. I don't think I can fit a switch in the control cavity so I would probably need a diagram without a switch, or if you have a way I can do it with the room I have please let me know. Phil

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Thank you for your concern, but I took it to a guitar repairman,and the problem is solved. pmusso5

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