#1
My guitar has been broken for about 2 weeks now.


And though if you've been reading my posts, you know I'm getting a new guitar soon.


Anyhoo, I was wondering.

What could the problem with my guitar be if it sounds like the tone knob is all the way down, no matter what pickup selection I use, or EQ settings I use on the amp?


Any answer would be greatly appreciated. I wanna fix up my old guitar.
#2
i'd say get a new tone pot. either way, that shouldn't be more than thirty bucks to fix.
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#3
Quote by dragon1604
My guitar has been broken for about 2 weeks now.


And though if you've been reading my posts, you know I'm getting a new guitar soon.


Anyhoo, I was wondering.

What could the problem with my guitar be if it sounds like the tone knob is all the way down, no matter what pickup selection I use, or EQ settings I use on the amp?


Any answer would be greatly appreciated. I wanna fix up my old guitar.


A broken tone pot maybe....?

Did it just start doing this? If so, then obviously it's something with the electronics in the guitar. You're going to need to do a little bit of soldering to fix it most likely.
#4
broken pot somewhere, replace the switches, jacks, and pots. should solve your problem
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