#6
go for .01uF. .01uF and .022uF. but the guy on singlecoil.com says that any cap is too big for his strat. he uses .0068uF or sumtin. which is reasonable for me. i'm thinking of that too.
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#8
Varitone?
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#10
yea those control plates are crowded.
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#12
haha cool. i don't like killswitches anyways.
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#13
O.o what does this do? I figured I'd ask sence I don't quite understand this lol, hope you don't mind the thread highjacking.
#14
it changes the frequency the tone knob attenuates when turned down.

basically, when the cap's value is bigger, lower frequency is attenuated.
but it's a little more complicated.
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#17
Oh, so if the cap value is high? it makes it trebely? and if it's low it makes it bassy?
#18
when the cap is high, it is capable to sound bassier than when the value is low.
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