#1
I am going to get an epiphone les paul special II and I will be putting 2 EMG-HI passive pickups on it and I will also have 1 tone and 1 volume pot for each I was wondering if anyone could show me a schematic for it I would greatly apreciate it.
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#3
I know
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#6
I mean i found it like right after i posted it sorry for the confusion but thanks
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#7
I am still having a little trouble because I dont really understand whats going on in the schematics I am not sure if i need capacitors and I dont understand where to take the gound to if some one could maybe post one that would be nice and explain it please
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#9
does it have to be soldered
My bass doesnt have the the ground soldered to the bridge
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