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Lend me your knowledge of wiring diagrams.
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I opened up the Mushok to find that it has a circuit that I am not familiar with. I see 2 caps (one tiny ass orange one and a bigger standard .022uf), and 2 resistor looking things on the push pull.

I can't find a diagram that looks similar. 

My guess is that it has some sort of treble bleed mod. 

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#2
I don't really want a bleed.


If I can find a way to wire some pickups up without completely rewiring it that would be tits.
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#3
Yeah, that's a treble bleed.

What's connected to the switch? I can't quite tell.

I can tell you where to solder the wires if you give me a mo to check my Mushok.
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#4
Remember that dimarzio wiring codes are different too.
Trust me, I'm a medical professional. 
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#5
I'm going to take a guess -

Its a partial split/capacitor setup. Meant to improve on the split hum bucker sound.
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#6
A black ground jumper from the back of the volume pot to the switch and red sleeved pair that has one white second sleeved connect to the lowest pin on the volume pot and bare to the ground spot to the switch.

Super hard for me to put into words, sorry.
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(05-20-2015, 06:10 PM)lreese Wrote: I'm going to take a guess -

Its a partial split/capacitor setup.  Meant to improve on the split hum bucker sound.
Define "improve". 
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#9
That's dimarzio coded, right?
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#10
No but looks fairly simple...

The wires that are twisted and soldered together to make a series connection go to the push/pull instead of the white wire. 2.2K side for the bridge and 1.1K for the neck. You might need to adjust those resistor values for hotter pickups.
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