#1
Can i run an active bucker and a passive single if i have two tones and volumes.? I have the pots for the active and passive btw.
#2
you can, and they will sound fine separately, if you have the proper value pots.
but if you combine them together, the passive will be pretty much useless.
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#3
i have the proper pots for both but i was wondering about them sharing the same switch and ground. Any problems with that?
#4
no problem when the switch is in the neck postion or the bridge position. the only problem occurs when you use the "both" position. the low impedance output of the active will dominate. and even if you roll back the volume on the active's pot, the lower resistance will cause the passive to sound muddy.
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#6
well I wired it up and it worked but both volumes have to be up.. So in other word two volumes controls one pickup and the same with tone