Not unless I get into frequent repair work. Say for instance you are playing rhythm with the volume turned down a tadge and the tone is balanced to your ears; then it's your turn to solo you just turn up the volume, the highs come into play and you cut through. Wiring Diagrams for Gibson Les Paul and Flying V Here are some images I fixed up to show the various wirings that I've noodled around with on my Les Pauls and Flying Vs. I am a one man shop and do all the work myself. I notice a bit different in the overall taper and response of the volume and tone pots. This is another helpful link for wiring.
And again for alternate views and full pic. If you want to sell yours send me an email from the page. I have over 40 years of experience with guitar electronics and started working on guitars in 1977. After the harness has been transferred to the control cavity tighten all of the components down into their final position. Will report back when I make the swap. I would recommend it for sure!!! I bought it in longer lengths and cut to fot on my own.
My soldering iron is an adjustable temp. Either way, post a comment! De-Solder:The blue tool above is a solder sucker. If you like the image on our website, please do not hesitate to visit again and get inspiration from all the Wiring Diagram in the image of our web image. Only about half of the original hole shows. And long shaft or short shaft? It belongs to me to thank you for helping me on that subject.
I recommend one like this. To make the template, put a piece of non-corrugated cardboard over the guitar, use finger pressure to find where the control holes are, and very carefully poke through the cardboard with a punch or a nail to make a hole for your template. I think these are the last of my questions haha. But with so many opinions out there on the issue I prefer to play the git rather than boggle my mind with definitions my brain could care less about. It does make me wonder, what Angus used in the 70s. I went through 3 sets of capacitors before I found the ones I like. Any washer or nut that is too big to fit through the jack will do.
Current production models usually come with 300k linear on Vol. Of course full on it's mush but the Telecaster bridge pickup with this still cuts through. Sometimes I even solder the wire closed over the shaft so I'm sure it won't come off. I appreciate you visiting my site and I look forward to helping you with your Tone or any other type of guitar modifications. Completely un-molested, stock Gibson new style wiring.
It is connected either to a lug on the 3-way switch or directly to the volume pot outer lug. Thanks for the free info! One thing I didn't like about my old Lester was the treble roll-off with lowered volume. So the second volume knob, tone knobs, bridge pu and switch are no longer connected. Thanks to the for all the info I've gained from there and to for including a diagram of their kit wiring on their website. Stewmac sells the tools at a reasonable price. Some purist like the 50s wiring for their Les Pauls etc, but I find it not to be too practical for me as I like to tweak the tone know often and like a more gradual sweep.
Did you add that yourself? If left connected, you may get a muddy sound as the non-master pot and the master pot will combine resistance. Whether it be necessary, or not, I solder it to both neck pots to have a more complete ground loop. I am an electrician so cct changes are no problem. And it is less expensive than the Bumblebee Reissue. You will first hear the neck and bridge pickups in parallel, then the neck and bridge pickups in series. This will give the solder more to grab on to.
If when you touch the pickup cover you get an increase in noise chnaces are that you have reversed the hot and ground connections for that pickup. Say for instance you are playing rhythm with the volume turned down a tadge and the tone is balanced to your ears; then it's your turn to solo you just turn up the volume, the highs come into play and you cut through. My Grovers are the Full Size 18:1 gear ratio. It only takes about 5 min. The other end of this wire just needs to be connected to a ground point in the citrcuit, obviously. For me 300K pots and modern wiring works perfectly well. Last to do is solder in the pickups and ground wire.
Now I have to think about even more options instead of learning a new tune. Sorry for the lengthy reply. The values I gave for the two I rewired were the actual readings I got with a multimeter. Feel free to give me a call anytime if you have a questions about what to order for your guitar project or if you need help installing your new wiring upgrades. Medium and small Grovers screw hole comes down diagonally off of the casing.