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    Wiring diagram/parts needed for SBMM JP70 pup change

    Hi there!

    I recently bought a SBMM JP70 and bought the Illuminator 7 pickup set in Black to match the guitar. I've spent some time looking a the diagrams from DiMarzio (Wiring Diagrams | DiMarzio) and reading the 4 Conductor installation instructions (http://www.dimarzio.com/sites/defaul...4Conductor.pdf), but I'm very confused on what parts and what diagram to use.

    My goal is to have my pickups installed in the same setup as a EBMM JP13. I've haven't seen a wiring diagram for this guitar, the closest thing I've found is the pickup positions and schematics:
    Wiring diagram/parts needed for SBMM JP70 pup change-screen-shot-2018-01-05-5-13-36-pm-jpg

    And so far to achieve the JP13 setup, I know I need the following parts:
    • 3 way 4PDT switch (on/on/on), can be DiMarzio EP1111 (other switches may exist but not sure about if their pin setup is the same)
    • 500K Push/Pull or Push/Push(not easy to find) Pot, the recommended from the install instructions is the DiMarzio EP1201PP
    • .022 F capacitor for the tone pot


    I've looked into the diagrams from DiMarzio going through 2 Pickup Guitar -> 2 Humbucker -> [3 Way | 3 Way 4PDT on-on-on EP1111] and still have no idea which is the correct diagram that I should use.

    Does anyone knows which is the exact diagram that I'm looking for? Any help, tip or guidance will be much appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Contact Pete @ DuBaldo Music. He could possibly assist you.
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    Using the EBMM circuit board makes it a bit easier than trying to get the pickup wires soldered properly on the EP1111

    The appropriate wiring info for that setup is located here:
    Replacement 4PDT 3-way Ernie Ball Music Man John Petrucci JP toggle switch
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    Thanks for your reply Pete & Brian.

    I've checked DuBaldo Music website and I just need some answers before placing an order. The other day I opened my EBMM JP13 and saw exactly the same piece that is listed in the link you posted. I obviously noticed that the custom made circuit for the 4PDT switch made things a TON easier! I was also lucky to find the 500K Push/Pull DiMarzio pot and the matching control knobs.

    So basically all the hardware required to achieve the configuration that I want are the following from DuBaldo's website:


    Pete, would you be so kind to confirm this?

    I was looking to get a 500K PUSH/PUSH pot, but at this point I no longer want to spend time looking. So the DiMarzio Push/Pull will do.

    Thanks a lot for your help!

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    Yes that is correct! If you wind up ordering those parts from us please request a .022F capacitor in the order notes, we can add that in for you.
    Have you got G.A.S. for another EBMM???
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    https://www.DUBALDOMUSIC.com! <--- My Store --->DuBaldo Music on Facebook & on twitter
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