Published at Monday, March 25th, 2019 - 14:24:12 PM. wiring. By Leona Coste.
Many system problems encountered by technicians are electrical in nature. Either the problem is an electrical defect, such as a defective switch or motor, or it can be traced electrically to the system problem itself, such as an open low-pressure switch as a result of a low system charge. In order to be proficient in troubleshooting a system problem, a technician must be able to efficiently troubleshoot the electrical components of a system. An excellent method of troubleshooting an electrical circuit is to use a procedure referred to by some technicians as “hopscotching.”
But you can also choose a more radical configuration. For instance, how about a very small 6800 pF silver mica cap for the bridge pickup—thus converting the bridge tone pot into a “warmth control” that will yield a super-sharp, contoured solo sound—in combination with a 0.033 µF paper-in-oil cap for the neck pickup. The latter would let you dial in deep, classic jazz tones or a warm rhythm sound. You can have a lot of fun experimenting to find a combination that works best for you. Another benefit of this wiring is its “preset” function. You can dial in two completely different tones, as in the example above, and engage either with only a flip of the 3-way pickup selector switch.
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