#1
The Gibson BFG has a neck P90 and a bridge humbucker. It also has 2 volume pots and a single shared tone pot.

Does anyone know what values the pots are and whether they are linear or audio taper?

I know that Gibson generally uses a 300K pot for its P90's, and the conventional value for a humbucker pot is 500K, so I'm assuming that the 2 volume pots are split 300K and 500K.

But what about the tone pot and/or any capacitors used with the tone pot?

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Last edited by Armchair Bronco at Jan 15, 2009,
#2
Any random guesses? Any pointers to wiring diagrams or schematics for the BFG?
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#3
Take off the control cavity cover and check.

Usually, the value in kilohms is stamped on the back of the pot.
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Take off the control cavity cover and check.

Usually, the value in kilohms is stamped on the back of the pot.


But I don't have one, and none of the shops around here have one, either.

I wanna copy the BFG wiring and pickup combo for a mod project on my 2-year-old Squier Jagmaster, but I don't have a BFG prototype to look at for reference.
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