#1
I want to get ridof my tone knob and change it to another volume leaving to volume knobs so i have control over cleans i dont need the tone its always at 10 volume is something i change quite a bit between pick ups

this is an epiphone specail II GT the one with the mahagony body and gibson pick ups

any sets or FAQ on how to do this
#2
so you want two volumes and no tone?
i think this wiring diagram should work
http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=2h_2v_3w
#3
Just wondering, but why do you not use the tone knob?

If you ask me, the best tones are achieved when the tone control is not wide open.
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#4
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Just wondering, but why do you not use the tone knob?

If you ask me, the best tones are achieved when the tone control is not wide open.


It really depends on the guitar and the pickups. I've played guitars where I want everything wide open and I've played others where I had to mess around with the tone/volume controls just to get something even slightly usable.
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Just wondering, but why do you not use the tone knob?

If you ask me, the best tones are achieved when the tone control is not wide open.[/QUOTE


Because i i have tried but i just ask myself why is it here i have never had to turn you down for anything i have played you dont even sound good turned down and your annoying

so i just think another volume would be usefull