#1
I just got a Standard Strat a while back, and after playing a while, I realized that the lower tone knob is making no difference whatsoever in any pickup position.

Now I'm not the kind of person that really wants to take my guitar apart, but is it a simple problem with the knob or is it probably a more detailed problem with the wires?
#2
Are you sure? It controls only the middle pickup, so switch to the middle pickup only and try again.
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#3
Quote by JoePerry4life
Are you sure? It controls only the middle pickup, so switch to the middle pickup only and try again.


Yeah, so I wasn't thinking... (stupid me...)

So now for my next stupid question... does this mean I can't control the tone on the bottom most pick up? (it's a single coil, not a humbucker)
#4
No...only tone knobs for the neck and middle pickups..no bridge tone knob lolz!!
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#5
by "bottom-most" do you mean the bridge pickup?

nope, you have separate tone controls for the middle and neck pickups but no tone control for the bridge. a lot of people wire it up to the tone for the middle pickup, though. it seems kinda funny that they don't have a tone control on the pickup that needs one the most, but it's true
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