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Yup. Treat the bare wire just like red and solder it to the back of the volume pot.
If you want the dummy coil on all the time, just solder one wire to the back of the volume pot and the other to the hot at the jack.
No there was not enough significant treble loss to justify modification. That being said that for a stock guitar this one sounds amazing. My...
I bet that sounds super cool. Tele twang with the metal pickup plate and strat quack with from term springs.
It is without a doubt the volume. The other has an orange drop cap.
So I went into the cavity of this PRS to actually install a Kinman treble bleed mod and it already had this capacitor? (B181).
Is this a treble bleed?
Interesting. I love repurposing things too. Interestingly Jeff Baxter of Steely Dan works for - I think the - DOD as a consultant on how to...
I got this a week ago for $150 used. Almost mint condition. Minor setup and new strings. The perfect AC/DC Malcolm tone I’ve been searching for...
I love it!
Inside but all year.
That’s what makes the Tele unique to begin with- that metal bridge plate the pups sits in IS the Tele sound.
So think of the amplitudes and frequency of the string wave across the string and how certain frequencies are canceled out at a different rates...
Currently I have the standard .047 cap in my Tele and would like to be able to roll off more treble and have a more bassy tone, which direction...
Squier CV Tele, heavily moded.
Red: P94/Epiphone PAF HB
White: Texmex pups. 8.5#
In this order.
A. Les Paul
B. arch top
I have had a bunch of different pickups and pickguards on this one. Finally went with a Strat neck pup.
It also has a treble bleed circuit...
I imagine the higher weight the denser the fibers (center cut) and thus pine (a soft wood) takes on more of a hardwood characteristic... maybe?