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Anniversary / Re: BP 1 94 007
« Last post by dazberry on July 31, 2018, 11:43:16 »
Tasty ;)

Custom order perhaps, give the serial number and 12th fret inlay?

D.

/Edit: Ah I see it's an anniversary - missed that the first time. Still tasty  ;D
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Anniversary / BP 1 94 007
« Last post by Ziltoid on July 31, 2018, 09:50:09 »
Finaly got one.

Verstuurd vanaf mijn GT-I9301I met Tapatalk
93
Pro II / Volume and tone pots
« Last post by Steve Donovan on July 25, 2018, 15:17:10 »
Hi, I need to replace the pots on my mid 90s LA Pro 2, and the shop that I have taken it to have never seen these type of pots (they have very slim spindles, and no identifying value marks).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
Steve
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Vienna Pro / Re: Vienna Pro wiring
« Last post by tone256 on July 25, 2018, 08:52:02 »
Please note - the colours are Seymour Duncan so if using a different make of pup you may need to use an online resource to convert the SD colours to whatever you're using.
See attached pdf.
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Vienna Pro / Re: Vienna Pro wiring
« Last post by RevMatt on July 24, 2018, 21:43:19 »
This is about as crude as is gets but may do the job if you're literally dropping pickups in with no other changes...

Because of the complexity of wiring in a small space it's quite hard to see all the detail so I've kept my drawing to the bare minimum. 

As you'll see,  the 5 way blade switch has 2 rows of tags,  and the neck and bridge pups are almost wired in a mirror image of each other:

Red/ white twisted together (coil split)  go to the very outermost lowest tag on the bottom row of tags (neck to right,  bridge to the left)

Green (hot) goes to top row tags 1,2&3 from the right (neck)  or top row tags 1,3&4 from the left

Anything else (I can't see colours because of the heat shrink,  but probably black / bare)  goes to ground

Please note - the colours are Seymour Duncan so if using a different make of pup you may need to use an online resource to convert the SD colours to whatever you're using.

If all else fails,  you're welcome to pop over for a look - I think we're in the same neck of the woods.


One other thing...  The tags for green are below the shafts that connect the 2 rows,  whereas the 1,2,3,4 tags I refer to on the top row each start just above the connecting shafts - that should make sense when you look at it!

96
Eggles / Re: Vienna Pro, 1994, serial no. VP 5-94 258 (possibly)
« Last post by Hot Rods on July 24, 2018, 17:26:53 »
You know its the right decision - Its a beaut
97
Vienna Pro / Re: Vienna Pro wiring
« Last post by Peter Collister on July 23, 2018, 23:39:53 »
Hey Matt, it doesnít really help that much because it just seems to show which poles are live in which position, but doesnít say which pickup wire to connect to them unless Iím reading it wrongly.

If you would be good enough to do a proper wiring diagram including the pickup wires it would be fantastic.  I could get my Vienna back into playing again as itís doing a lot of hanging round with the P90ís in.

You are indeed everything they say you are 😜

Cheers
Peter
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Vienna Pro / Re: Vienna Pro wiring
« Last post by RevMatt on July 23, 2018, 17:39:58 »
Does this thread contain what you need?

If not,  I'm happy to draw something based on my VP.
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Vienna Pro / Vienna Pro wiring
« Last post by Peter Collister on July 23, 2018, 15:13:58 »
Hey there, does anybody have or know where I can get a wiring diagram for my 93 Vienna Pro.  My brother in law bought me some really high output Bareknuckle P90ís for my 60th birthday.  I obviously had to fit them to a guitar and the Vienna was the obvious recipient at the time as all of my other guitars are custom builds aimed specifically at being an analogue of one of the famous guitar types like Les Paul, Strat etc. 

I had the P90ís fitted professionally as my soldering is best described as ďstructuralĒ, but I kept the whole set of electronics including the original right handed volume pot.

The P90ís are real beasts in the Vienna, real Matt Bellamy territory, but theyíre not really doing it for me so I want to put the original Wilkoís back in.  However I donít have a wiring diagram and I know itís not straightforward with the fancy superswitchy thing.  Iím gonna keep the left hand volume pot though, the righty one was just way too annoying. Any clues anybody. 
Ta
Peter
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I'm having a slightly mad moment... nothing new there then!
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