#1
I am putting in 2 coil splitting EMG's and a single coil EMG into my old fender.

The only thing is I don't wanna put in a tone knob because I always keep the tone full anyway.

Will they sound as if the tone is full without the tone pot?


Thanks
#2
Yes

(it will sound a little different though as you are removing the resistance of the pot entirely)


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#4
I do the same two when i mod 2 knob guitars, since I prefer two volume controls instead, and it works like that
Guitars:

Ibanez SZ320
Ibanez RG450
Ibanez SC620
Bc Rich Warlock 7 String
ESP LTD SC-607

FX:

Digitech Whammy 4
Line 6 PodXT Live

Amp:

Line 6 Flextone 2
#5
you probably know this, but remember, regular emgs cant be coil split

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#6
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you probably know this, but remember, regular emgs cant be coil split



the 89 and 81tw can be.
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#7
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the 89 and 81tw can be.


sorry, i didnt elaborate well enough. you probably get what im saying.
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#9
how do you wire these with independent volumes?? I have an 89 and an 81-tw I want to put in a Jackson body.

I have an inline switch, fender style, but any help is welcome. I just cant figure this out yet.