Hi there, this is my first post, and I did look but couldn't find a similar question. But my apologies if it is something that has been asked many times before. I'm building a 'parts' telecaster. Only I want the thing to be as authentic to the 1950's Broadcaster/nocaster/Tele as can be. It'll have an ash body, maple neck, Bakelite scratch plate flat head screws and so on. My question is about the wiring. I have a wiring diagram from Fender's website for the 1950 model. But I also have one from Seymore Duncan. There is a conflict. The Duncan one has a second capacitor between the volume pot and the switch. A rare `50's tele for sale on e-bay.co.uk (from a reputable dealer) has a photo of the control plate showing this second capacitor. The description climes "The guitar is all original except for the usual wiring modification to remove the pre-set bassy tone in the neck position." This must be what the second capacitor is for. Is it worth wiring up the `51 nocater pickups like this. I want the classic Bakersfield Tele twang, is this mod the way to go? I'd also like some advice about the grade of wire used in the old guitars. Plus dose anyone know where to get the right style of capacitor. I can't seem to find a .05 anywhere.