#1
when you disconnect your tone knobs, does the tone level stay the same as when you unsolder the wire, or does it reset itself as soon as its disconnected?
#2
Without a tone knob, your pups will sound like the pot was set at 11, giving you a trebly tone. Personally, I love it but it doesn't work well with some pickups.
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#3
When there's no tone knob, it will sound like the pot is on 10.
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#4
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no, even when a pot is set to 10 it still reduces treble. Removing the pot from the circuit all together will let the treble be higher than was possible with a tone pot.
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#5
thats funny, the tone knob im removing is for my "pimped out" squier. it has a hot rails a cool rails and a yjm in it and im installing an analog delay modboard with a 5 way distortion switch.

thank you by the way
#6
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thats funny, the tone knob im removing is for my "pimped out" squier. it has a hot rails a cool rails and a yjm in it and im installing an analog delay modboard with a 5 way distortion switch.

thank you by the way

Sounds like a good plan, onboard effects are often easier to tweak than stomps, because you don't have to bend to the ground.
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