#1
Hello everyone .

So just as the title says haha,think my pots gone bad and my guitar is having too much bassie sound,even on the lowest on Low tone on the amp itself,and the clean sounds pretty horrible.

ITS NOT AN AMP PROBLEM.

And one more question,how do i check my pickups,if they are okay and not faulty?

My guitar is Jackson DK2S four years old.

Pickups:
Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan® JB™ TB4 Humbucking Bridge Pickup - Direct Mount
Middle Pickup: Seymour Duncan® STK-1 Single-Coil Middle Pickup
Neck Pickup: Sustainiac® Driver/Pickup.

Thanks
#2
A bad pot, bad solder joint, or bad cap could all make this happen
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#3
Quote by CorduroyEW
A bad pot, bad solder joint, or bad cap could all make this happen


Ohh,I'm starting to get it,probably the pickups are okay right?.

Ill buy new pots and re solder every thing.

What cap goes good for my guitar? there is no value just some code on there.
#4
Your pickups are probably fine.

The cap depends on how wide of frequency you want to filter off when you turn down your tone knob. I like to use .022uF caps for all my guitars but .047uF is standard for humbuckers and a lot of people use .047uF caps for single coil pickups too. Caps are cheap so it's not a bad idea to buy a few and experiment.
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#5
Quote by CorduroyEW
Your pickups are probably fine.

The cap depends on how wide of frequency you want to filter off when you turn down your tone knob. I like to use .022uF caps for all my guitars but .047uF is standard for humbuckers and a lot of people use .047uF caps for single coil pickups too. Caps are cheap so it's not a bad idea to buy a few and experiment.


by that you mean the higher the capacity the more bassie sound i will get?
and can you give me more examples of caps to try (i wana buy all at once ).

I'm happy to hear that my pickups are fine,i probably need to get new pots and caps to try out.

BTW i rewired my guitar,nothing changed.

Thanks for the help