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Can someone find a diagram...

stratter

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I've looked around a bit, and I couldn't find one, but if anyone could find one...


I'd like to try to wire these in passively: http://www.graphtech.com/products/b...tring?id=5eab90f6-ed32-4ed0-bd66-519c4641fd33

But I'd like to try to get it in this diagram: http://www.seymourduncan.com/images/products/electric/specialized/501025-110.pdf


But I have no idea what do wire it with. If anything, I usually use the bridge tone on ten, so if I could make that one a volume knob for the piezo. I hope I'm being clear enough, but I don't know. I'd like the regular strat knobs, but the bridge one could be the piezo, so if I don't want them, I just turn them to 0, and if I want them, I just turn them up. I know that that would mean they're on all the time, so I'd prefer a passive circuit and I could just turn up the volume to make them loud enough. I can't do any routing, but I do have a swimming pool rout in it right now, so space for a small thing shouldn't be that bad.
 

stratter

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Yep
When you say passive, you mean no preamp for the piezos?
Now that I think about it, I think what diagram I need is one a strat with 1 volume, one tone, and then I can make the piezo a whole other system, only connecting at the ground and the jack.
 




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