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I found the right knobs! Black with little red jewels for the indicator.
Works pretty well on swamp ash too.
Maybe next year. My wife needs a break from expensive bass parts arriving in the mail.
But yeah, a bound white thin line tele would be pretty sexy.
Yup but not the giant plate on the back. The holes would show. I had the tuners before I started the build so they're what I used.
Lol yeah that's why I included a couple of gits in one picture.
Built it. I had a good year financially and a bunch of spare parts laying around so I got on warmoth and built it to my exact specs.
Oh it neckdives like crazy! The heaviest part is the tuners. I'm just gonna get a big fat strap and play it anyways. I know all the mods and...
HAHAHAHA GOT YOU!!! ITS A TELEBASS!!!!
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My Jazzcaster body from my latest build fit the squier classic vibe neck like a glove, and my warmoth precision bass body fit the mid-90’s MIM...
Lots of good info here. Some of this wiring stuff makes my eyes glaze over. Thanks y'all!
Wouldn't you accomplish the same thing by soldering to different spots on the same pot though?
I guess my main question is do the leads all need to solder to the same point or can they be grounded to any part of the pot?
So you solder to the holes up top and then screw the locking part to any part of the body?
I'm doing a wiring job with a humbucker involved, and the bucker has a single wire with braided metal as the ground. I got a mojotone standard...
Can I wrap the exposed part in electrical tape?
You guys rule. Thanks so much.
It is indeed covered in braided metal. So how does that affect the wiring diagram?
I'm trying to install a SD Phat Cat humbucker into the neck position of a telecaster with a traditional 3-way switch. Tele neck pickups have 2...
Just go warmoth and get a jazzcaster!
I previously had the phat cat in a les Paul jr, so it’s specifically wound for the bridge position. It was very hot and punchy there so I’m super...
I had a Seymour Duncan phat cat and a ton of spare parts from my last few builds, so I bought an in-stock “Jazzcaster” body from warmoth and a...
Here's the diagram they provided and some pics of the current wiring
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I just finished a tele build, and I used Seymour Duncan Hot Rail HB. Standard 3-way switch wiring. Got it all wired up, plugged in, and nothing...
I copper shielded every cavity. My initial test on the pups was totally silent.