- Mar 20, 2011
- Fort Worth
I've heard about this trick maybe some here are aware of. Has anyone tried it and where do you put it?
If one were so inclined (I'm not), one might put the cap between the output jack's + and - lugs, or between the volume pot's output and ground.Has anyone tried it and where do you put it?
Was it located right next to the Leland Sklar "Producer's switch"?PRS put a "sweet switch" in Santana's guitar when Santana went to a 12" cable and radio transmitter instead of a long cord. It was simply a resistor and inductor on a switch to simulate the long cord's shift of the pickup's resonance.
Nice idea, but why not use a coil cable? They are still sold, they look cool, quite practical too. The cheap ones are certainly made with high impedance cable. I had a few before the internet told me not to use them.