Originally Posted by Mookakian
All pots/switch and bridge are to be grounded but seperated from the signal ground until one point...the star. I may have missed something but it seems you guys are saying the pots dont need to be grounded with star grounding, they do. The whole point is taking out as many ground loops as poss. and keeping the sheild seperated from the signal ground until one point...the star, this all works to draw less RF frequencies and interference.
I know you know jonesy, but in case you ("OP") feel that the pots are not bus wired and grounded with star grounding, i had to mention this
OK, sorry for all the questions, but I am trying to gather all the information I can before I rewire next week. I have simplified the drawing posted earlier to match my
Imagine all the white area under the pots is copper shielding. Should I run a ground wire from the "star" to the copper shielding? Or does this drawing contradict what you mentioned in your post?
Again, I greatly appreciate all the help.