Roy, those little pots are quite easy to fry, they simply don't take as much heat - it's a matter of their surface area and mass etc. Just make sure you get one that has the same specs: linear or logarithmic and the right resistance Quote by John Swift My neighbour bought his son a Mark Hoppus bass It cuts the treble out at a lower frequency. Sign in to make your opinion count.
Categories Electronics, Repair & Installation Post navigation [Bass of the Week] Krashburn (KBG) JBass5 Lefty An Interview with Don Campbell of Stellartone - Part 1 Leave a Reply 5 Comments on wcap, Jul 15, 2004 wcap, Jul 15, 2004 #5 Jul 15, 2004 #6 wcap Tele-Meister 225 Jul 8, 2004 Kevin said: By chance, you weren't playing on the rear pickup, were itors.aspxAt the end of this, I see your last post Roy , and what seems like a myriad of problems. BlueTalon, Jun 10, 2013 BlueTalon, Jun 10, 2013 #5 Jun 12, 2013 #6 soldersqueeze Member Messages: 20 Joined: Oct 18, 2011 Could you fit a rotary switch in there?
Popular tabs Fresh tabs Welcome home, Stranger Please Sign in or Sign up you can also use Facebook Google TABS ARTISTS FORUM NEWS REVIEWS LESSONS USERS FORUM FRESH TABS 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 Loading... Guitar Volume Knob Not Working Is this hindering my guitar's sound in any way?—Gear:Kona K-1 acoustic (natural finish, stock)Memphis Pre-1984 LP clone (My #1, secondhand, cherry/tobacco sunburst, stock other than SD p'up, orange drops, and Kluson
Do you think that using the Strat this way plugged into the CD/Tape jack could have caused some damage to the guitar's electronics somehow? (I can't imagine why this would be Some people don't give a flying rat-crap about resale value. You can try a new cap first by twisting it around the leads of the old one, as there are no high voltages inside. More Bonuses doesn't sound too appetizin when I put it that way, does it?
I know you have P90's which can be visualized with this layout. If the wiring is correct, I will just assume I overheated the connection.—Gear:Kona K-1 acoustic (natural finish, stock)Memphis Pre-1984 LP clone (My #1, secondhand, cherry/tobacco sunburst, stock other than SD p'up, the Ibanez site's non-matching diagram does show the approx size and shape of the CAP. Go to Pedals!
Random Media 70's Tele 91 plus serier dano11 bc4 Tele and Twin Recent Threads Who has Emi Lil Texas Neo... http://www.seymourduncan.com/forum/showthread.php?150227-My-tone-control-won-t-work there's also that crazyness about the mid-position toggle behavior where the neck will put out volume no matter what the bridge pup vol knob is set to, but not visa versa. Tone Control Not Working I guess the shaking from hauling it to the store shook someting back into place (??). Strat Tone Knobs Not Working However, this evening turning the knobs does not seem to be changing the tone at all.
You can run over a Tele with a pickup truck, pick it up - and it'll still play out of tune Originally Posted by Empty Pockets that's a good question. this contact form He was 57 years old. Well, I don't know how the wiring is set up on these guitars (I'll have to take a look at the link that was given above), but I have to wonder Tone Gear Men's Women's Swag Fashionably Loud Throw on a Black Winter hoodie and a red pickup necklace or choose from an assortment of shirts for your next gig. Electric Guitar Tone Knob Not Working
Sign in 5 Loading... they have paper in oils too, but they are anywhere from $5 a pair to $20 each and that is a bit much. What capacitor did you use? http://giltronix.com/not-working/bass-in-speakers-not-working.html Originally Posted by innerdreamrecords.co I will be happy when you can email poop.
Its an old instrument, from the 70s if I am not mistaken. I'm running P90's instead of the stock humbuckers, so I'm not sure that I even need to stick with those big, flat things. Here's a sound clip of me fiddling with the tone knob as I play some stuff.
Thanks for your help and especially that last wiring diagram. The tone controls don't work on the rear pup. maybe not...) Aug 23, 2006, 1:31 PM Like Reply Quote IndieMetalhead Is never online Join date: Jun 2005 140 IQ #5 Click to copy post link replace the electronics with better 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,
I'll probably start there. Impedance is usually labeled. Thanks for your help!—Gear:Kona K-1 acoustic (natural finish, stock)Memphis Pre-1984 LP clone (My #1, secondhand, cherry/tobacco sunburst, stock other than SD p'up, orange drops, and Kluson Locking tuners)Fender M-80 Chorus (secondhand)Monster Check This Out Two CTS 250K split shaft tone pots will cost around $10.
Please take the time to read through and leave a comment or two - we would appreciate it! Good luck tweaking! Thanks in advance. maybe some one will sig that witty comment!
that means you very much do use your tone control. works mighty fine....to a point. Like I said earlier, try it in a higher powered rig and see how it sounds, and to be more specific try it in all your desired setups and then decide Kev31779 108,112 views 5:58 Part 2 of 2.Servicing guitars- How to replace volume knobs/ pots. - Duration: 12:34.
It would give you some options for your toanz soldersqueeze, Jun 12, 2013 soldersqueeze, Jun 12, 2013 #6 Jun 12, 2013 #7 lpdeluxe Member Messages: 1,515 Joined: Aug 23, 2009