Guitronix - usa
Rewired my P jazz hybrid. I am using a 3 x 4 rotary switch for the pickup switch. #1 bridge, #2 bridge neck parallel, #3 bridge neck series out of phase, and #4 neck. From there to a 6 way varitone then to a master volume and master tone. Everything sounds great. I especially love position #3 the out of phase pickups have a nice distorted growl. Everything works just as expected. It would also be easy enough to change pos #3 to series in phase. I always have loved the jazz bass though one thing I never liked was 2 volumes. It is an easy fix though and opens up a space for the pickup switch. I built this bass out of spare parts it has a precision 5 string neck with an Alvarez 5 string body that was routed for the Precision pickup and the jazz bridge pickup. I have rewired this bass at least 5 times and this is my favorite scheme so far. It has all the options I could ever want in a bass.
A new harness build for a fender jazz using the stacked CTS pot for V V a bourns 18mm guitar pot for tone and a custom 6 way varitone that all fits in a standard jazz cavity nice and neat. Let no tone go undiscovered.
Here is a design one of my customers came up with. A custom for a jazz type bass two single coil's It incorporates 2 push pull pots and a varitone. You have a master tone plus the varitone a volume for each pickup and the push pull function allows you to switch pickups to parallel/series I am going to rewire my Precision/jazz hybrid like this one to see if I can get the same desired effect. Also on the Varitone we are trying a .1uf instead of the standard .22uf in position six