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ID: 070 Mosrite Ventures Upgrade for 2-pickup coil instruments
This White Mosrite Ventures upgrade gives you 6 pickup tones on any instrument with two separate pickup coils. This pickguard is completely wired and contains our T2-Switch and VT-2 Volume-Tone Control Assembly. This product includes everything you need to install this upgrade into your right-hand instrument.
This product is completely wired with matching knobs, a .047 mfd capacitor and input jack. Following the downloaded Installation Instructions it will take you about thirty minutes to remove your existing pickguard, connect your pickup wires to the solderless terminal strip — and a HUGE, alternate tone dimension will instantly open up to you.
It gives you three mini switches. Two of the switches let you turn each pickup coil on and off (both in normal phase and reverse phase). The third switch lets you select whether the two pickup coils will be in a parallel or series circuit. Putting pickup coils in a series circuit to create compound / humbucker heavy-metal pickup tones. You simply connect your pickup wires to the solderless terminal strip and you're done.
This drop-in product has everything you need to install into your Mosrite Ventures model guitar. Except for experimenting with different pickups, this will be the LAST upgrade you will ever need to make. After the upgrade, it will be your most favorite instrument of all time.
The following audio clips demonstrate the typical range of sound you can get from our T2 Pickup Switch UpgradeTM product.
Bridge and Neck Pickup (in parallel, normal phase)
Bridge and Neck Pickup (in parallel, reverse phase)
Bridge and Neck Pickup (in series, normal phase)
Bridge and Neck Pickup (in series, reverse phase)
Instruments That Can Be Upgraded
Instruments that can be upgraded with this product include (but is not limited to):
- Mosrite Ventures model electric guitar
- Dan Electro '64 guitar
- Dan Electro Vintage '64 bass
- Any similar instrument with either two single-coil pickups or two 2-wire humbucker pickups
Here Is What Is Included
- One (ID: 070a) White Mosrite Ventures upgrade with our T2-Switch and VT-2 Volume-Tone Control Assembly
- 12" (30.48cm) insulated 22-gauge red wire (to extend existing wires if needed)
- 12" (30.48cm) insulated 22-gauge black wire (to extend existing wires if needed)
- 4 yellow/clear solderless crimp connectors (UY2)
- 2 grey wire nuts (71B)
- URL to download easy-to-follow instructions from our website Document Library
Tools You Need To Install This Product
You need the following tools (not supplied with purchase). Purchaser assumes all risk of liability with respect to the purchase, installation and use of this product.
- Wire cutters / wire strippers
- Small pliers
- Small phillips screwdriver, small straight slot screwdriver
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Shipping: All products are shipped via United States Postal Service. Allow 7-10 days for delivery. Shipping Details: Shipping generally occurs within three business days of payment.
Saturday, Sunday and postal holidays are not business days.
Notes: Ask questions before purchasing. Purchaser assumes all risk of liability with respect to the installation and use of these products.
This switching system cannot be used with active (battery-powered) pickups or pizeo pickups.
Active (i.e., battery-powered) pickups manufactured by Bartolini, EMG, Seymour Duncan, etc. will not work with our growing family of high performance patented Pickup Switch UpgradeTM products. These active pickups use a design that prevents any of the pickups from being put into series because it sends -9VDC back to the first pickup, shorting out the circuit. Although some manufacturers now sell "add on" products to give you some of the functionality that our products automatically provide, this design limits their versatility and increases the cost to the musician. Many people who have tried these products remove them because they are "too sterile sounding". Anything that uses batteries will likely go dead at a crucial time - like when you're performing or in the recording studio. Bill Lawrence was right when he said, "Batteries belong in flashlights."