#1
Sorry, couldn't think of a better name for this thread. Anyway, I'm basically wondering if there's any reason that I can't wire my Strat so that the tone pot for the neck pickup also effects the bridge pickup's tone. I know how it would be done and everything, I just wanna check that I won't f*ck anything up massively. Cheers!
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#3
yeah ur fine u can do it a couple of different ways.
http://www.christianmusicweb.com/Guitar_wiring.html

i think he's useing a push pull tone pot there. and i think i saw that seymour duncan has a tone knob mod schematic on their site. lemme look...

i know u can just move the one wire, i just can find a schematic to show u.
ill repost if i find it.
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#4
done worry about ****in anything up...if it doesn't work just wire it back the way it was.
#6
Thanks for the help people!
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