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Offline NenoCRO

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Parker PM-10 Hornet
« on: December 19, 2017, 05:12:16 PM »
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I decided to change bridge Stinger pickup in Dimarzi PD100 Super distortion.
Have a problem with wire. Dimarzio have 4 wire’s and its not a same color off wire. Stingers pickup have 5 wire’s.
Maybe someone know how to reconect wire (means on colors).
If you have some wiring diagram or user manual.....pls send.
Thanks
NenoCRO

Re: Parker PM-10 Hornet

Offline Barry

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Re: Parker PM-10 Hornet
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2017, 08:02:20 PM »
All the best to moderator’s off this forum.
I decided to change bridge Stinger pickup in Dimarzi PD100 Super distortion.
Have a problem with wire. Dimarzio have 4 wire’s and its not a same color off wire. Stingers pickup have 5 wire’s.
Maybe someone know how to reconect wire (means on colors).
If you have some wiring diagram or user manual.....pls send.
Thanks
NenoCRO
Hi. A few years ago I changed the stingers in my PM20 (see post here: http://forums.parkerguitars.com/index.php/topic,13787.msg125056.html#msg125056)

I found that I could swap the green/white on the stingers for the red/white on the GFS pickups.
GFS uses the sames codes as Seymour Duncan.
Just convert the SD colour codes for Dimarzio. Bare wire always goes to ground. That should do it.
« Last Edit: December 20, 2017, 10:38:33 AM by Barry »
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