#2
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How do you perform a volume pot mod and wat stuff do I need?


#1 - wrong forum, needs to go in Gear building and modding (just below GG&A)

#2 - what do you want to do to it? I can mod a volume pot 486 different ways to do different things...what do you want it to do?
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#3
oh shoot my bad. I want to be able to get full volume like normal with it at 10 and then if i put it at 5 I still want to keep the high end, but tone down the disitortion somewhat. Alot like lincoln brewster. (he's a christian artist) He has the exact tone I've always wanted.
#4
Well... that's what a normal volume knob is generally supposed to do. I don't see what kind of mod you're looking at...

What kind of guitar are you working on?
#5
1 Meg resistor between pins 2 and 3 (signal and ground) ought to be a decent start...I worked on this some in the past, can't recall though...
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#6
Sounds like you want a treble bleed, a cap/resistor combination across the "hot" input and output posts of your volume pot. Aptly named as it lets treble "bleed through" as you roll the volume back.

Google it, you should be able to find info pertaining to your type of guitar.
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