Supporting Members list unlimited gear with no listing fees in the Classifieds. Trading System by XenCentral.com Home Forums Recent Posts Media Search Media New Media Resources Most Active Authors Latest Reviews Search The capacitors in mine are green, and are shaped like an elongated pentagon, and they look to be made of plastic. shakedancer, Jan 17, 2005 shakedancer, Jan 17, 2005 #8 Jan 17, 2005 #9 timgreene Tele-Afflicted 1,763 Jul 9, 2003 Houston, Texas strats have tone knobs? http://giltronix.com/not-working/bass-tone-knob-not-working.html
lpdeluxe, Jun 12, 2013 lpdeluxe, Jun 12, 2013 #10 Jun 13, 2013 #11 BlueTalon Member Messages: 351 Joined: Feb 15, 2013 Location: Eastern Washington I'll try typing slower. maybe not...) Aug 26, 2006, 3:02 PM Like Reply Quote onebetter User Registered Join date: Aug 2006 121 IQ #15 Click to copy post link actually, i had a problem just To expand this further, you could arrange even more caps on a 6- or even 12-way rotary switch. Doesn’t look like a fair comparison, right?
Absolutely! Someone on another forum did exactly that. How would I fix it?
Enjoy. Thanks. You should have a .022uf cap between your hot wire of your pickup to your tone pot.Originally Posted by FellwayYou assumed correctly on the setup. Your bass is left unmodified, the resale value isn't damaged, and -- if it should EVER happen -- you decide you want a different tone out of the bass, you can
A tone control can only reduce frequencies being let through and not add anything extra. Guitar Volume Knob Not Working BlueTalon, Jun 13, 2013 BlueTalon, Jun 13, 2013 #11 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log Turning the tone knobs on my old strat-knockoff guitar didin't have as much effect as turning the tone nobs on my Dean. http://forums.fender.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=70262 Recommended capacitor types are Paper in Oil, Ceramic Disk, Mylar, or Poly-Film.
You can get different tapers liner, audio, logarithmic and reverse tapers. While doing that, I figured out that soldering can damage the type of caps I have. The next limitation is that these few elements can only be wired in series or parallel with nothing in between. timgreene, Jan 17, 2005 timgreene, Jan 17, 2005 #9 Jan 17, 2005 #10 DaveG Tele-Meister Age: 64 191 Jul 1, 2003 High Bridge, NJ that's odd....
The number of passive elements used for tone controls is small: just resistors and capacitors and (less often and more theoretically) inductors. No, not insulting at all. Tone Knob Does Nothing parkerfly123 hide 18 3,557 7 years ago by Thomme Forum Jump ▲ Just Joined New Members' Sandbox Ultimate Guitar Announcements Instruments Guitar Techniques Acoustic & Classical Guitar Electric Guitar Bass Guitar Could be the switch: I find that when I have the neck PU tone control all the way down, it's sometimes effective and sometimes not - if I jiggle the switch,
NachoConde, Nov 30, 2011 NachoConde, Nov 30, 2011 #8 Nov 30, 2011 #9 SamanthaCay Nov 16, 2008 Denver, CO. http://giltronix.com/not-working/bass-in-speakers-not-working.html It won't affect impedance. In fact, I think they were working yesterday. I can't get anything out of them except my other tone control (there are three - 2 tone, 1 volume).
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You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. SGD Lutherie, Nov 30, 2011 SGD Lutherie, Nov 30, 2011 #16 Dec 5, 2011 #17 gfaulkner Supporting Member Sep 2, 2008 Central Maryland My bad,yes .047 or .05. Don't get me wrong, I think that both sounds are great, but I want to have the things in between as due to this it has essentially become an instrument lacking
Reply With Quote 10-01-2008,03:41 PM #2 Lewguitar Guest Re: My tone control won't work Looks like one leg of the tone capacitor on the back of the tone pot (the leg haha you just made my dayon topic, it's probably the fact it's a Squire Just call me RaulMy band "Bozo Trio" playing some tunes.Black Metal Peacock Ganimedes Santa Cecilia Aug 23, The tone control doesn't work at all. What s happening? 5 answers Vinyl records destroyed? 9 answers Terms Privacy AdChoices RSS We are using cookies to make this website better.
Also, with the current popularity of lowered tunings and distortion pedals for bass, such bass-cuts can clean and clarify muddy low end. If the wiring is correct, I will just assume I overheated the connection.—Anything worth doing is worth over doing.__________________http://www.youtube.com/SIXSTRING63 Top Log in to post comments Fellway Fri, 08/06/2010 - 22:30 |#5 william tele replied Nov 12, 2016 at 4:07 PM Fabfilter Pro-R. Check This Out Greetings from Austin, Tx Ken Source(s): 40 years of playin' Ken C · 3 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report
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