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ID: 097 A Modern Player 2.0 Dimension Bass Upgrade
This Modern Player 2.0 Dimension Bass upgrade contains our high performance T3-Switch to give you 35 pickup tones on your instrument.
This product is a do-it-yourself upgrade. You will modify your stock pickguard to install the T3-Switch. Following the downloaded EZ Installation Instructions, it will take you about forty minutes to remove your existing pickguard, drill six holes and mount the T3-Switch, connect your pickup wires to the solderless terminal strip — and a HUGE, expanded 35 pickup tone dimension will instantly open up to you. This product includes everything you need to install this upgrade into your instrument.
It gives you two groups of three mini switches. One group controls each of the triplebucker pickup coils, letting you turn each one on and off (both in normal phase and reverse phase) with all combinations in a parallel circuit. The other group lets you put select pickup coils into a series circuit to create compound/humbucker heavy-metal pickup tones. Connecting your pickup and input wires to this product uses a no-soldering-needed approach.
NOTE: Some instruments made in china may require minor body cavity routing because the body cavity may not be deep or wide enough to permit this product to be mounted flush.
Instruments That Can Be Upgraded
Instruments that can be upgraded with this product include (but is not limited to):
- Modern Player 2.0 Dimension Bass
- Any similar instrument with three pickup coils
Special Note: If your instrument contains any of the following items, our product does not include them:
- greasebucket circuit
- passing lane switch
- S-1 Switch
- push-push mini switch
- TBX or mid boost circuit
Here Is What Is Included
- One (ID: 097a) Modern Player 2.0 Dimension Bass Upgrade
- Our T3-Switch
- 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
To install this product, you will need one or more of the following tools (not supplied with purchase). Purchaser assumes all risk of liability with respect to the purchase, installation and use of this product.
- Soldering iron (25 watt is recommended) with fine tip, rosin core solder
- Wire cutters / wire strippers, regular pliers
- Small needle nose pliers
- Electric drill, 9/32" (7.15mm) drill bit, 1/2" (12mm) drill bit, 1/4" (6.5mm) drill bit, 1/16" (1.59mm) drill bit, center punch
- Small phillips screwdriver, small straight slot screwdriver
- 6" (15.24cm) adjustable crescent wrench
- Ohmmeter to measure continuity
To Purchase this Product
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."