prs rotary switch .

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  1. gfguitar

    gfguitar Member

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    hi can anybody tell me where to get a wiring schematic for a prs ce--22 rotary switch ? prs does not show the full schematic . im using the newer 5 way rotary switch .
    thanks
    gary f.
     
  2. rooster

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    Call or email PRS with the year of your guitar. The circuit changed a coupla times. They're very easy to deal with.

    rooster.
     
  3. gfguitar

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    Thanks Rooster , Ill Do That Might Be The Best Way .
     
  4. Bruce O'D

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    This is the entire schematic for the PCB mounted rotary switch. They are not reconfigurable, so this is the only way you can hook it up.

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  5. yZe

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    I have a 95 CE-22 bolt on

    I want to install a rotary on my project axe.

    How can I do this?
     
  6. Gearhunter

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    I did that to my Santana SE.I put the Rotary switch where the original 3-way toggle was,and replaced the stock pickups with the PRS Dragon 1's that the rotary switch came with.

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  7. yZe

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    I building a project axe and I plan on getting 2 buckers w/ 4 conductor wiring

    I would like to install the rotary switch which will tap the coils and get the blend between both PUPS

    I noticed that my PRS has a circuit board in there for all the POTS

    What's the best way to go with this?

    COuld A 5 position switch accomplish the same thing, too ?

    (with the 2 buckers)?
     

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