Standard Wiring Kit for Telecaster

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Here's what you need for wiring those pickups into your Tele®!
All the parts you'll need, plus a diagram to show you how.

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Standard Wiring Kit for Telecaster

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Here's what you need for wiring those pickups into your Tele®!
All the parts you'll need, plus a diagram to show you how.

The standard kit is an economical choice for any wiring job. It has standard PVC-insulated wire and Alpha pots.

Standard Wiring Kit for Telecaster includes

  • Output jack
  • 250K Alpha control pots (2)
  • Ceramic capacitors: .047uF and .001uF
  • CRL Lever Switch: 3-way with mounting screws
  • Switch knobs: black barrel and top-hat knobs included
  • Non-shielded PVC-insulated circuit wire: 22 AWG, white, 12" long
  • Non-shielded PVC-insulated circuit wire: 22 AWG, black, 24" long
  • Shielded guitar circuit wire: 26 AWG black, 12" long
  • Wiring diagram

Alpha control pot specifications
Shaft diameter 6mm split shaft, coarse knurling
Thread   M8 x 0.75
Threaded portion height   3/8" (9.52mm)
Required mounting hole diameter   5/16" (7.94mm)


Switch specifications
Body cavity depth required 1-3/8" (34.93mm)
Mounting screw spacing 1-5/8" (41.28mm)
Lever stem .052" x .188" (1.32mm x 4.78mm)
Pickguard slot required 1/16" x 1-1/16" (1.59mm x 26.99mm)


Product Instructions

3-way CRL Lever Switch

Installation and wiring diagrams for the 3-way CRL Lever Switch.

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Good except for switch

By Quintin from Georgetown, PEI
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, May 26, 2010


For the most part, this is a good kit. The only real problems I've had with at least the last 3 kits is the 3-way lever switch. What problems: 1. The barrel knob doesn't stay on well. It's not tight enough and requires a touch of glue to keep it in place. 2. The connectors and rails have to be bent to ensure contact as they seem to have too much flexibility and lose contact easily. I've had 3 comebacks from clients with the last 3 kits. The pots are great, the caps are too, so no problem's in these areas.

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