Mickguard Posted February 27, 2005 Report Share Posted February 27, 2005 Hi, I've read through the posts I could find on this, but didn't find the answer to this question (I'm still looking around on the web too): I'm thinking of modifying the Bocaster (which has standard Telecaster wiring) --what I'd like to do is: Bypass the switch. Neck pickup --> Vol --> Jack Bridge pickup --> Tone --> Jack What I want to achieve is to be able to blend the neck pickup into the bridge pickup. Because I don't like the 'naked' bridge pickup sound as much. And I keep knocking into the switch when I'm playing in center position. I'd like to keep the cap on the tone pot so that, for one, it'll be easy to convert it back. For another, if I felt like it, I can roll off some of the highs from the bridge, while also blending it with the neck sound. I could also drop the volume on the neck completely to get the pure bridge sound. Is this feasible? Will this change the balance of volumes--if I dial one or the other completely down. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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