#1
something i noticed during playing:

the tone controls on my 3 single coil strat don´t work so prominently when i play through the hi gain settings of my vox ad15vt.(the differnece in the sound isn´t really noticeable)
when i plug my les paul in the differnce of rolling off the highs( tone at 0) or leavin it all the way up(tone at 10) is much more prominent/profound.

anyone lese noticed that?
haven´t had my strat and the amp for too long so excuse if this is sumthin normal with single coils.
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#2
your strat likely has a .022 capacitor on your tone controls, try putting a .047 orange drop from guitarfetish.com

that is good stuff my friend. the les paul has .047s in it, and if it doesnt, it should.
#3
i got the fender srv signature strat

do you or anyone else knows qhich capacitors are in there?
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#4
the stock ones are supposed to be .047 to accomidate positions 2 and 4, but who knows what fender did dude. if its a reissue god only knows what is in there. back in the day they would put whatever they could get in their guitars.
#5
alright

you wrote positions 2 and 4 -i only tried it with the neck singlecoil.
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#6
well i dont mean it that way. with a single coil pickup you need a .022 capacitor. but with positions 2 and 4, you essentially have a humbucker, because yo uare using 2 coils, so youd need a .047 size for it.
#7
oh alright got it

its just that i played fender amps to this date and mostly on cleanish settings and when i turned into overdrive today(literally ha ha) i was a bit confused cause the one capacitors didnt really work the way i wanted em to.
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