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Arrangement #1 ("Tone-Pot Circuit")

Featured on Models: G6119, G6119B, G6119BO, G6120DSV, G6120DSW, G6120KS, G6120WCST, G6128-1957, G6128T-1957, G6128TCG, G6128T-DSV, G6129T-1957, G6131TDS, G6134, G6134B, G6192, G6193, G6199, G5125, G5126, G5127, G5128, G5129.

  1. Pickup Selector: Switch for selecting the pickup position (rear for neck, center for middle, front for bridge).
  2. Master Volume: For adjusting overall volume.
  3. Master Tone: For adjusting the tone of the neck and bridge pickups.
  4. Neck Pickup Volume: For controlling the neck pickup volume.
  5. Bridge Pickup Volume: For controlling the bridge pickup volume.

Arrangement #2 ("Tone-Switch Circuit")

Featured on Models: G6136, G6136T, G6136BK, G6136TBK, G6136SL, G6136TSL, G7593, G7593BK, G7594, G6122, G6122JR, G6122-1958, G6120, G6120BK, G6120BS, G6120TM, G6120AM, G6120GA, G6120-1960, G6120JR2, G6119SP, G6118T-120, G6118, G6118T, G6118JR, G6118TJR, G6117HT, G6117T-HT, G6128, G6128T, G6128T. G6128T-1962, G6129, G6129T, G6129TAU, G6129TG, G6129TL, G6131, G6131T, G6131MYR, G6131MY, G6131MYF, G6136-1958.

  1. Pickup Selector: Switch for selecting the pickup position (rear for neck, middle for mixed, front for bridge).*
  2. # Master Tone Selector: Tone control switch so that the tone can be selected from three settings. The rear position emphasizes bass, the middle is neutral and the front offers a slight high-frequency roll-off.*
  3. Master Volume: For adjusting overall volume.
  4. Neck Pickup Volume: For controlling the neck pickup volume.
  5. Bridge Pickup Volume: For controlling the bridge pickup volume.

Arrangement #3 ("Tone-Switch Circuit with Standby")

Featured on Models: G6196T, G6193T, G6122-1962, G6120DC, G6119-1962FT, G6119-1962HT, G6072, G7594

  1. Pickup Selector: Switch for selecting the pickup position (rear for neck, middle for mixed, front for bridge).
  2. Master Tone Selector: Tone control switch so that the tone can be selected from three settings. The rear position emphasizes bass, the middle is neutral and the front offers a slight high-frequency roll-off.
  3. Master Volume: For adjusting overall volume.
  4. Neck Pickup Volume: For controlling the neck pickup volume.
  5. Bridge Pickup Volume: For controlling the bridge pickup volume.
  6. Standby: In the center position, no sound is produced, regardless of the volume controls. Sound is produced when switched to either side position.

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