#1
First of all, I broke the toggle switch off my les paul. It took the switch itself, and the metal stick that it screws onto off, as I superglued it on (silly). How can I fix this?

Second of all, during solos I see famous artists and others switch from rythm to treble halfway through. Why do they do this? What are the best times/ways to do this?

Ok so that's 3 questions, w/e. Any help greatly appreciated!
#2
Q1) Is the metal actually in the tip of the toggle knob?

Q2) It gives the playing an extra dynamic, if they want a "kick" to their sound or just want to create a different sound.

Q3) Whenever you want to

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


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#3
Quote by Chrisiphone
Q1) Is the metal actually in the tip of the toggle knob?

Q2) It gives the playing an extra dynamic, if they want a "kick" to their sound or just want to create a different sound.

Q3) Whenever you want to

Yes, superglued in and snapped off
#4
You'll probably need a whole new toggle switch then
It's a sad day for knobdom, my knob cracked too

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


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#5
Quote by Chrisiphone
You'll probably need a whole new toggle switch then
It's a sad day for knobdom, my knob cracked too

so how do i replace it?
#7


you need a new one like said.

it's a matter of soldering 3 wires.

it unscrews at the body and slips out thru the back of the guitar.
Jenneh

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