Sunday, 18 October 2009
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How difficult would it be (asked the Luddite), if I wanted to make the 4 knobs (from back to front) vol, tone, tone, vol? What new materials would be needed? Thx
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Two tone controls and a wiring diagram. Although I'd have to scratch my head a bit to figure out if two tone controls can be wired in a Vol/Vol circuit so that they don't interfere with each other.
12 years ago
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Maybe it's ok if the tone circuit is right after the pickup and before the vol/blend?
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[quote="Dragonlord":3kgjhfzu]Maybe it's ok if the tone circuit is right after the pickup and before the vol/blend?[/quote:3kgjhfzu] True. I understand that is also the way to have vol/vol knobs with series wired pickups.
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[quote="Sheldon Dingwall":2vuskkee]Two tone controls and a wiring diagram. Although I'd have to scratch my head a bit to figure out if two tone controls can be wired in a Vol/Vol circuit so that they don't interfere with each other.[/quote:2vuskkee] Not essential to have 2 tone controls, but better. I hate leftover dummy holes. I could also use a toggle mute switch and vol/vol/tone if that's easier. Absolutely no hurry, since it'll be a bit B4 I score a Combustion, but this is definitely in my future. If you could post or send me such a diagram when your head scratchin' bears fruit, that'd be great. Thanks
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If you just want to fill the holes and don't need 2 tone controls, maybe you should take a look at the Villex passive booster as well.
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