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Old 10-12-2016, 07:23 PM
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Default 1988 Japan import Charvel 3DR

Hey guys I'm new to this forum. A few months ago I purchased a 1988 Charvel model 3DR. It was in fairly rough condition and with the help of a very good luthier, we've been restoring it. However, we've come upon a wall with the rewiring, whoever had it before me did a real hack job unfortunately. We have it wired according to the wiring diagram we could find and the single coil neck pickup is working fine but the bridge humbucker's signal is still not nearly as loud as it should be. I don't know for sure if the 5 way switch that's in there is a stock JE-500 switch but it has 2 extra lugs (24 lugs) than the diagram we are using(22 lugs). Since the 3DR doesn't have a tone pot it would be nice to have the use of all 5 positions on the switch. If anybody has any diagrams or insight on this I would greatly appreciate it!
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