#1
What is the best way to reduce or eliminate hum for a H/S setup that has beem hot wired with no pots? I wired up a wax potted humbucker and a generic single coil pickup (with a kill switch added to the circuit) straight to the input jack with no tone or volume pot (because I always leave them on 10 always anyway, why bother?). I'd like to reduce the hum but how?
#3
Quote by Pizza The Hut
What is the best way to reduce or eliminate hum for a H/S setup that has beem hot wired with no pots? I wired up a wax potted humbucker and a generic single coil pickup (with a kill switch added to the circuit) straight to the input jack with no tone or volume pot (because I always leave them on 10 always anyway, why bother?). I'd like to reduce the hum but how?



Perhaps shielding will work.


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#4
check your pm's that should help.

Also, my amp has a noise reduction feature in it which does that.

Try shielding your pickup cavity, if you search it in g0oogle you should find out how, it's not very hard at all.
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