#1
Alright, before you bite my head off, I did some homework and EMG sells their own 25k concentric pots [EMG actives require 25K audio taper pots to work correctly] I plan on buying 2 concentric pots and one of EMG's signal boosters. My axe has 3 drilled holes and I don't plan on drilling any more. I also did the 18V mod so there's so much going on already. What I was wondering is, how would I wire the two concentric pots, both being Volume on top, tone on the bottom for each pickup leaving the third hole for the signal booster? [Is this even possible?]
My Band

Equipment:
ESP EC-500 EMG 81/85
Mesa Boogie MK III
Marshall 1960B cab
#2
Yes, that's perfectly possible!

Concentric pots just have two sets of three lugs stacked, so you then wire them as if you have two separate pots - if you can do a type of wiring with four individual pots, then you can do it with two concentric/stacked pots.

The only thing that might concern me, would be the diameter of the booster switch shaft - it might be 1-2mm less than a standard pot, and might need a washer between the nut and body.


Anyway, definite 'yes' to everything.
#3
Well, right now I only have one tone and two volume. I want to change it to 2 volume, 2 tone and the afterburner I plan on purchasing. Is it possible to change the setup? I see the schematics but I don't quite know how to apply them to the concentric pots.
My Band

Equipment:
ESP EC-500 EMG 81/85
Mesa Boogie MK III
Marshall 1960B cab
#4
Quote by IXI Streak IXI
Well, right now I only have one tone and two volume. I want to change it to 2 volume, 2 tone and the afterburner I plan on purchasing. Is it possible to change the setup? I see the schematics but I don't quite know how to apply them to the concentric pots.



Dude, take a look at this:



Follow the diagrams on the EMG website, but apply them to having the pots stacked on top of each other. The wiring is still all independent.