Jimmy Page Wiring Harness
The push pull pots allow you to coil split each humbucker, play both pickups in series together or out of phase with each other. This prewired kit is wired in the popular "50s" Les Paul® style, reducing the loss of treble as the volume is rolled back.
The Jimmy Page harness gives you 21 possible different combinations to choose from.
Jimmy Page harness controls;
All controls in down position - normal Les Paul®
- Neck volume up - neck humbucker coil split
- Bridge volume up - bridge humbucker coil split
- Neck tone up - neck and bridge in series
- Bridge tone up - neck and bridge out of phase
Jimmy Page Wiring Harness:
- 4 x CTS 500k audio push pull pots (tolerance 10%)
- 2 x 0.022uF SSS Premium® PIO capacitors
- Wired with Gavitt USA push back cloth guitar wire
- Wiring diagram
- Pickup pigtails for easy installation (for Seymour Duncan pickup colour codes)
This prewired kit is essentially our Jimmy Page wiring kit
Will this fit my Guitar?
The Jimmy Page wiring kit will fit genuine Gibson® Les Pauls without modification. If installing into an imported copy or model which uses smaller pots (metric thread) you will likely have to drill the tone and volume holes to M10 diameter (and the toggle switch hole to M12).
Long Shaft or Short Shaft Pots
Choose from either long or short shaft pots. Long shaft for Gibson® guitars or thicker carved topped guitars. Short shaft pots are suitable for Epiphone Les Pauls or flatter bodied models.
Note - this kit will only work with four lead wire pickups.
Why not completely overhaul the electrics in your guitar - this harness goes hand in hand with the House of Tone "Tru PAF".
Switch and jack socket sold separately.
We recommend using a prewired toggle switch with this kit - our prewired switches are also colour coded.
Our Page harness won the "Editor's Choice" award with Guitar Magazine, read the online review here.
Please note prewired kit orders take 5 business days to assemble and pack. Refer to our shipping policy
This harness is a complicated bit of kit and may require installation by a trained and qualified guitar tech.