#1
I found these at guitar fetish,

http://store.guitarfetish.com/ceditoca0for1.html
http://store.guitarfetish.com/spordrtoca0f.html

And there are also .047 uf ones for strats and teles, what are those there for and where are they supposed to be in the guitar?


EDIT:

Also, http://store.guitarfetish.com/colespaupelc.html says "Reuse the shielded leads but replace EVERYTHING else" what are the shielded leads?


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#2
if you dont know, then why do you want them in your guitar?
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#3
I will build a guitar and I am investigating what parts I need and wich ones I don't


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#4
buddy, if your going to be building a guitar, you might wanna know your parts and what they do. just a hint.
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#5
usually the capacitors come with the pickups you buy, but sometimes not. they are used in the control cavity to store/discharge electricity, its all wiring stuff.
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Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace
Fulltone OCD
Electro Harmonix Small Clone Chorus
Dunlop Crybaby Classic
MXR EVH-117 Flanger
Fulltone Soul Bender
#6
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buddy, if your going to be building a guitar, you might wanna know your parts and what they do. just a hint.



Buddy, thats why I'm asking. just a hint...


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#7
Get a book on electronics, and used the schematic supplied by the manufacturer of the pickup.
#8
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usually the capacitors come with the pickups you buy, but sometimes not. they are used in the control cavity to store/discharge electricity, its all wiring stuff.

They're actually used for tone controls.
#9
they go with pots. there you go. 3 different answers
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#10
ok so, if I will use 2 volumes, 1 tone and 1 spin-split I only need one cap to go with my tone pot right?


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ok so, if I will use 2 volumes, 1 tone and 1 spin-split I only need one cap to go with my tone pot right?

Correct.
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#13
do you count the pins going left to right with the shaft up or down?
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#14
Left to right with the Shaft up. So when you have it installed in the guitar it would be the first prong shaft upside down.