|Created||March 06, 2013|
|Last modified||March 07, 2013|
Guitar simulation circuit with phase switch, coil tap, three way selector, volume and tone pots.
PRS 24 with custom wiring, push-pull coil tap switch and phase inverter. Stock volume and tone wiring. The three way switch is simulated using 2 SPST switches (hint: one or both of them should be closed). I really was just guessing at the pickup values for simulation, more important to me is to be able to model modifications to the tone controls.
The voltage divider at the input is there simply to simulate a single source (string vibration) and the high values are to try to get a balanced divide. It seems to work.
Since the pickup values are "best guesses", so are results you get from parallel mode and phasing options.
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