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Need a wiring diagram for a dean baby v guitar.Help?

I am changing the pickups on my Dean Baby V guitar. I contacted Dean and got no reply. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for these?

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You might find it at http://www.mediawebsource.com/guitar/pickup.htm If you can figure out what brand the pickup is you could check the manufacturers site. http://www.guitarelectronics.com/category/wiringresources/ has original factory wiring diagrams for guitar and bass for various pickup manufacturers. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: I have a Dean, 4 string bass guitar with 2 EMG HZ

if i was you i would take the guitar apart and see if there is any loose wires especialy at the 1/4 inch inputs.

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Match your resources of your guitar at this site to find typical schematic:

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I have multiple wires disconnected on a Dean Vendetta and need a schematic to show where they go.


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What you replace them with will affect your tone, so do some research before settling on a set of pickups. Active pickups will give you more gain (great for nu-metal and hi-gain applications) and have lower output noise, but they require batteries. Passive pickups have no need for batteries, but tend to produce slightly more noise and hum.

Hopefully, it's the pots. That will be the cheaper fix, since they run about $2-$4USD each. Pickups can range from $100-$500USD a set.

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