#2
i wanted to replace it with a killswitch, but seeing as i cant get it, i made a 2 volume(for neck and bridge separately).
#3
What I mean is: When I turn the tone knob it it suddenly sends most of my treble to ground. From 0-9 it sounds practically the same. I looking for a way to smooth out the taper of the tone control.
#4
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What I mean is: When I turn the tone knob it it suddenly sends most of my treble to ground. From 0-9 it sounds practically the same. I looking for a way to smooth out the taper of the tone control.


I think you may have the wrong capacitor in there buddy.

A friend of mine put the wrong capacitor in his guitar and it had a similar effect. The capacitor he used was to big and sucked all his treble when he rolled back the tone knob even slightly. Do you know what value cap is in there now?
#5
Ya, I just did a little more research and found the answer on singlecoil.com. I had a .047mf cap in there. I had a smaller cap laying around and put that in there. Now the taper is much better.
#6
.022mf tends to be what gets used for treble bleed caps.
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