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  1. So they are useable in the Variax Standard as a one on one replacement? The drawback would be on the 'darker sound' in EQ tone for the bridge pickup. The positions 2 and 4 of the 5-way switch puts the B-M and M-N pickups in parallel. Would be nice if there would be modeled tri-sonics available in the workbench.
  2. I found this specification info on the strat-talk forum: Burns London Mini Tri-Sonic Bridge - DC Resistance: 9.56K ohms - Measured L: 0.93H - Calculated C: 315pF (325 - 10) - Gauss: 1250G Burns London Mini Tri-Sonic Middle - DC Resistance: 8.63K ohms - Measured L: 0.74H - Calculated C: 350pF (360 - 10) - Gauss: 1250G Burns London Mini Tri-Sonic Neck - DC Resistance: 8.59K ohms - Measured L: 0.73H - Calculated C: 310pF (320 - 10) - Gauss: 1250G That means that they are unsuitable for the Variax Standard. Correct?
  3. I am wondering if it would be possible to replace the Variax Standard 3 single coils with a set of Burns mini tri-sonics. Not just a direct replacement but also a change in selection using the 5-way switch. What I would like to achieve is somehow a Brian May way of using the standard besides all the modelling stuff. The 5 Burns settings I would like to be able to dial in would be: 1. Bridge and middle in series 2. Bridge and neck in series 3. Bridge and neck in series out of fase 4. Middle and neck in series 5. Middle and neck in series out of fase Alternatively setting (more close to the standard default): 1. Bridge 2. Bridge and middle in series 3. Middle 4. Middle and neck in series 5. Neck Is it possible and what wiring diagrams would I need?
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