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Title: Esquire to Standard mod
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(Date Posted:07/10/2007 01:10:30)
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I have a Bill Nash Esquire with the standard esquire wiring (1 bridge single coil, 3 way switch, rear position is straight wired to output, middle goes through vol and tone controls, front position through caps and resistor for a bassy tone). I'd like to keep the existing options for the bridge pickup and add a neck pickup that can be wired in for standard tele sounds with both pickups available (together and separately) through the vol and tone knobs. Bill Nash suggested a 5 way Super Switch in order to get all the options - anyone done a wiring setup like this? Any suggestions? Thanks!
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(Date Posted:10/23/2007 01:36:54)

You could also add the neck pick-up and two push-pull pots.  That may offer even more possibilities.
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