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Looking for a blue E qube 4-way switch that someone may have laying around collecting dust. I just picked up a custom made five string from my best friend and it came with two single coil Barts and a vol-vol NTMB pre-amp. I would like to make the active/passive switch volume pot the main one and add the 4-way instead of a normal blend (never use them anyway). No rush on this - won't be able to move on one until next month - but if you got one let me know. Eric
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BluEQube is a sound filter that you can engage on or off, that Dingwalls used to have. The 4-way pickup selector is a different thing, without any specific name. I assume you need that?
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I'm sure I could get a 4-way from Stewmac or another distributor, but IIRC some of the AB1's had push-pull 4-ways with the filter built in. Is my memory faulty?
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One of my AB-1's has a push, pull tone knob for the blue cube, the other has the little switch. The blue cube is a nice sounding scoop setting. Al the four way switches seem to function the same way, no tone control there.
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[quote="Razman":1e3wvbhc]Looking for a blue E qube 4-way switch that someone may have laying around collecting dust. I just picked up a custom made five string from my best friend and it came with two single coil Barts and a vol-vol NTMB pre-amp. I would like to make the active/passive switch volume pot the main one and add the 4-way instead of a normal blend (never use them anyway). No rush on this - won't be able to move on one until next month - but if you got one let me know. Eric[/quote:1e3wvbhc] I have a BluEQube circuit. I thought I was going to use it but I'm ready to get rid of it. PM me if you're interested.
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Look at that. You gotta love this forum. Mark
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Cool! I knew there'd be one somewhere. I need to check and see how much space I have; if you have any measurements that would help. It looks like the switches match the one for my Bart pre, but space may be an issue. [img:2t2c95g0]http://i1102.photobucket.com/albums/g444/Razman11/Bass/IMG251.jpg[/img:2t2c95g0] It's not a Dingwall - standard 34" scale - but plays and sounds excellent. I want another Voodoo again some day...
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[quote="Razman":2wlchd55]Cool! I knew there'd be one somewhere. I need to check and see how much space I have; if you have any measurements that would help. It looks like the switches match the one for my Bart pre, but space may be an issue. [img:2wlchd55]http://i1102.photobucket.com/albums/g444/Razman11/Bass/IMG251.jpg[/img:2wlchd55] It's not a Dingwall - standard 34" scale - but plays and sounds excellent. I want another Voodoo again some day...[/quote:2wlchd55] Only the switches will be visible. You'd simply measure center to center on the switches and drill a new hole for the 2nd switch.
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