#1
What capacitor should I be wiring with a 250K tone pot on my Bass? It's got a P-Bass style pickup, if that matters.
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#2
I doubt most people are going to know, most people won't even know what value is in their guitars.

My les paul has 500k pots w/ 0.022 uF on the bridge 0.015 uF on the neck, dunno what works for bass.

I would just go buy a few different values and try them all. Lower values will give you more treble.
#3
I think .033 or .0033uF (can't remember) is what's generally used. But get an Orange Drop for use in that position. Google the value you should use.
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#4
Thanks man. Prolly shoulda gone GB&C, but they kinda scare me..
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#5
0.047uF on my Jackson RR1 for the 250k volume.

Before I sold it, that is.
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#6
I would start w/ 0.047 uF, if you feel like you're not getting enough high end and it sounds muffled, then go lower.

Just go to radioshack and pick up some cheap metal film caps
#7
Oh, one more thing, if i want a switch that just has an on/off (using the cap and bypass) that'd be a SPDT, right??
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