flatfinger Posted July 19, 2005 Report Share Posted July 19, 2005 Hey guys! I am attempying to rewire a strat to make it a closer fit for my usage. I use the neck pup allot and I really like to roll my volume control back to get a nice clean funk or RB tone. The problem is the master volume needs to go back up in addition to switching to the bridge , along w/ a tap dance on the pedal board for the solo's.Obviously , even cutting out one step would be welcome! I've been thinking about using a "sub-volume " on the neck pup only. I found the info on the stew mac site on how to keep two volume controls from interacting, but I'm also curious, : If the value of the pot can effect the brightness of the pups output because its parallel w/ it, won't putting another volume control in parallel( before it gets to the master volumes) make things brighter by giving two paths , and thus, less resistance?? I'm thinking of the rule that states two resistors in parallel will halve their resistance. I would appreciate any input, and I apologize if this is a daff question... It's been a while since electronics classes!!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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