#1
Treble bleed that turns on and off at the switch of a toggle. How would this be accomplished? It would be a neat thing for solos, and then go back to normal when theyre done. Help is appreciated.
#2
A push pull pot can be used and wouldnt need any new holes. I put slider switches in the back cover of some of my guitars to turn the bright on or off but isnt to fast to use.
#3
just make it like a normal treble bleed, but instead of a pot put a fixed resistor, and then have a switch in parallel that will bypass it when activated
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#7
i think he wants a treble bleed that has no pot, unless i've misread

just change the pot and put a resistor in there
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#9
Quote by Blues_King431
i think he wants a treble bleed that has no pot, unless i've misread

just change the pot and put a resistor in there



the pot i think you see is just a normal tone pot in a guitar circuit.. there is a SPST wired to it with a cap. just like a tone knob uses a cap to bleed trebel, so does the switch. not a resistor


either way, i hope that I've helped

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#10
nah, i'm saying that i think he wanted a treble bleed that wasn't variable, dunno though

and some treble bleeds do have a resistor in it, to form some kind of low pass filter
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#11
you're right, some do have the resistor with it. I'd just experiment with some caps and see what you can come up with.
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#12
Not sure what hes looking for. If hes looking to disable the tone pot so its full blast on solos then works normal with a switch. Or is he looking for the treble bleed "bright" mod done on the volume pot thats usually always on unless a switch is spliced in.
#14
Quote by kurtlives91
Just wire it as normally but add a SPST to break the connection.

Wouldnt that make a killswitch?