#1
So I have until tomorrow night to figure this out, due to gigging. I have a Piezo pickup that has too much midrange. It's passive and uses a volume knob and 3 way switcher for my electric single coil in the neck. This is a custom guitar, so yea. I need to boost bass, middle, and treble on my single coil and cut mids from my Piezo.

My theory: Capacitors boost signal and Resistors cut signal.

If correct, what range should I use to cut mids on an acoustic guitar and what 3 capacitors should I use to boost the signal on my single coil? I'm looking for an entirely passive alternative to a preamp.
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#2
capacitors dont boost signal, capacitors filter signal, You can get less treble and mids by adding a .001 capacitor to your volume knob. a resistor is a volume pot/tone pot.
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#3
How would a .047 or .022 affect the sound? I have those right now. Tomorrow I can get something else if I need it.
I got some good guitars, yo.
#4
those would ruin your sound, filtering way too much signal, would lead you with nothing. .001 ONLY.
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#5
What frequency do those cut out?
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#6
Quote by Guitarzan1143
capacitors dont boost signal, capacitors filter signal, You can get less treble and mids by adding a .001 capacitor to your volume knob. a resistor is a volume pot/tone pot.

I would put that parallel to the volume pot to get rid of flat boring muddy mids and bass.
#7
What frequency does a .047 or .022 cap cut? Any links to a full list of them?
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