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The wiring is no longer attached to the volume tune knob or jack i need shcematic so i can repair

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Here is a site:

http://www.1728.com/guitar6.htm

In the schematic ignore all the extra switches and junk. The output jack and volume control is all you need to wire it back up. The view of the volume control is from the back.

Posted on Feb 04, 2011

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