The gary brawer version of rosebud you posted is perfect. This tiger pic should have the bridge bucker's writing right side up and all three wires grounded except red to make north(neck)coil active. Unless there is a layer of wood(would eliminate out of phase) between the 2 buckers the middle bucker should be upside down writing(flipped) and all three wires grounded except green which is north(neck)coil active when flipped.waldo041 wrote:With the Dimarzio stamp right side up in the cavity or placed in the cavity "stock", the North coil is South and the South coil is North. So, if you use the stock coil cut wiring with black and white to ground it renders the North coil active and you must physically flip the pickup so that it is "Neck side" when cut. Someone depicted this precisely for a reason on their schematic so that it was easily duplicated.
In this pic posted both buckers are flipped but wired standard not reversed. If you set up your buckers this way flipped n red wire hot the south(bridge) coils are active not north(neck) and are out of phase both magnetically and electrically. Also the sds-1 should have white wire positive onto pup selector and black grounded. Just look at the Gary Brawer diagram in the rosebud section of wald-electronics which is waldo's site. You'll get it. Even google open cavity 3 humbucker wiring gary brawer. On his site he explains in more depth. All I know is when I wired my open cavity triple dp104's the wat Brawer explains it was like night and day when it came to sparkle,sustain,and sweetest spot sounding notes. Some people put a phasing switch or a coil selector switch. If you had a coil selector you would know right away which is the sweetest coil.
The Tiger picture the bridge pup needs to be flipped with the writing right side up then its wired correctly as is. The middle it needs to be left upside down but wired withe green hot,(just swap red out for green). Also if youre running a neck dp104 bucker it needs to be installed right side up and red wire hot.
There's so many options. Right now I have my neck dp104 wired for parallel sound(second cleanest n hum cancelling). Which is great for strumming songs and strumming intros Jer style.