So wiring up my latest guitar with the three way switch, I wanted to make sure I had my pin-out diagrams correct before I start soldering things on.
I've got a new "import" style three way switch. It has eight pins in a single file row. To my understanding the switch really only needs one half of the pin outs since I'm using two humbuckers and don't need the multiple poles.
You'll see below the type of switch I've got.
I'm seeing pin-outs online that it should be from left to right: A1 A2 A3 A0 B0 B1 B2 B3
The zeros are your output from the switch obviously, and the 1-2-3 are the positions. Do I need to connect both humbuckers up to opposite poles (i.e. connect bridge to A1/A2 and neck to B2/B3)? Or can they all be on one side (i.e. connect the bridge to A1 and neck to A3)?
I assume using just one pole would mean I do not get a middle position that blends both.
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