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Unread 12-29-2008, 09:39 AM   #331 (permalink)
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just curious jonesy...what is the difference in the sizes and voltage values on all these different caps...is it the uf value or whatever that makes the difference?
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just curious jonesy...what is the difference in the sizes and voltage values on all these different caps...is it the uf value or whatever that makes the difference?
Yeah, I use uf or micro farads as unit of measurement .022 uf or M has been the standard for Gibson fo 50 years or more. Voltage is not really a big issue in guitars since there are only mili-volts going through your guitar wiring. But voltage in a capacitor designates how the "filter" is made and also can determine size of the capacitor. If you had a cap that read .047 it would be darker than an .022 when you rolled off your tone. Basically that is how it works. IMO .010-.10 uf is about the usable value range for guitar Tone caps.
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Yeah, I use uf or micro farads as unit of measurement .022 uf or M has been the standard for Gibson fo 50 years or more. Voltage is not really a big issue in guitars since there are only mili-volts going through your guitar wiring. But voltage in a capacitor designates how the "filter" is made and also can determine size of the capacitor. If you had a cap that read .047 it would be darker than an .022 when you rolled off your tone. Basically that is how it works. IMO .010-.10 uf is about the usable value range for guitar Tone caps.
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thanks man...you are a wealth of information...i was just curious because i have been scouring the forums here looking at fifties style wiring and trying to get up the balls to attempt it on my Epi Standard...i happened across some "0.22" pio caps from a friend overseas for next to nothing, and after looking at all the threads i just noticed the variations in sizes and was curious of the difference...glad i didn't pay much for these things as I assume they are pretty much useless at this point lmao

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oh if I can bother you about one more thing...is it true that pio caps have a bit of a break in period?
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thanks man...you are a wealth of information...i was just curious because i have been scouring the forums here looking at fifties style wiring and trying to get up the balls to attempt it on my Epi Standard...i happened across some "0.22" pio caps from a friend overseas for next to nothing, and after looking at all the threads i just noticed the variations in sizes and was curious of the difference...glad i didn't pay much for these things as I assume they are pretty much useless at this point lmao

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oh if I can bother you about one more thing...is it true that pio caps have a bit of a break in period?
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Check those caps and see if they are .22uf or pf or nf, if they are .0022uf they can be used as volume bleed kits If the are actually .22 uf they will be super dark sounding. Check my profile pics, there are a couple of diagrams for the 50's wiring in here if you need them? Someone recently mentioned "break in" period but to me they usually sound great as soon as you install them, they may mellow slightly with use?
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Check those caps and see if they are .22uf or pf or nf, if they are .0022uf they can be used as volume bleed kits If the are actually .22 uf they will be super dark sounding. Check my profile pics, there are a couple of diagrams for the 50's wiring in here if you need them? Someone recently mentioned "break in" period but to me they usually sound great as soon as you install them, they may mellow slightly with use?
Congrats on the Feedback..i think I have 42 as a buyer lmao

yah the damn things are 0.22 +/- 10% 250V...ah well..my buddy has no idea about guitars just electrical stuff...so much for trying to go the cheap route haha...

Anyone need to buy any .22 CAPS? LMAO

Thanks Jonesy...how much for a four pack of those .022's?
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yah the damn things are 0.22 +/- 10% 250V...ah well..my buddy has no idea about guitars just electrical stuff...so much for trying to go the cheap route haha...

Anyone need to buy any .22 CAPS? LMAO

Thanks Jonesy...how much for a four pack of those .022's?
$40 ($10 each)+$3 S&H, I have a fresh batch of .022's and .015's that should be here by the weekend. Paypal to: jonesyblues@yahoo.com or US Postal Money Order is fine. They would most likely be shipped out to you next Monday.
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Hey guys if you have ordered a LP wiring harness from me in the last few days like, Lefty Les, Seadonkey, or LP hack your parts are on the way from Allparts and should be here Monday. I paid extra for UPS Blue label 2 day shipping so I will have all your wiring rigs built and shipped out by the end of next week. I ordered enough extra parts to build 2 more LP/SG/335 rigs so if anyone else needs one just let me know OK? Thanks again for your support, you guys ROCK! peace, jonesy
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Jonesy,

What cap(s) would you suggest for a Strat with Vintage pups? I really like mellow sound.
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Vintage as in 5-7K ohm, or vintage noiseless 11K ohm? The VN are a bit darker. I actually have some .05 Z5U Radial ceramic disc caps that Fender used in the 60's and 70's, they have a little more bite than a PIO?
In my 2003 American Standard Strat I replaced the stock red chiclet cap with a Sprague HYREL .022 PIO and I really like they way it sounds with all 3 pickups, roll it off just a bit and plenty of Honk and growl, roll it way off to 8-ish and you have a nice woman Tone.
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Vintage as in 5-7K ohm, or vintage noiseless 11K ohm? The VN are a bit darker. I actually have some .05 Z5U Radial ceramic disc caps that Fender used in the 60's and 70's, they have a little more bite than a PIO?
In my 2003 American Standard Strat I replaced the stock red chiclet cap with a Sprague HYREL .022 PIO and I really like they way it sounds with all 3 pickups, roll it off just a bit and plenty of Honk and growl, roll it way off to 8-ish and you have a nice woman Tone.
Pups are plain vintage... currently have a Sprague .047 Orange Drop. I put all new electronics (i.e. 250K pots and the Orange Drop) in as well as the new pickguard. Was wondering if there was something warmer.
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Pups are plain vintage... currently have a Sprague .047 Orange Drop. I put all new electronics (i.e. 250K pots and the Orange Drop) in as well as the new pickguard. Was wondering if there was something warmer.
I have some 1950's .047 400V Bumble Bee caps if you would rather have one of those? Pics of them with the yellow lead on them in my MLPF albums $30 includes S&H and I will toss in a free volume bleed kit if you would like one? They are really warm and vocal if you prefer the tone-curve of an .047 over an .022?
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Hey Jonesy,
I couldnt remember but I think that you said something about when you touch your hands to the strings/bridge/tail and the slight buzzing goes away it means it is a weak ground right. It is only on my bridge and I just want to make sure before I get back into that cavity. Thanks brother.
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I couldnt remember but I think that you said something about when you touch your hands to the strings/bridge/tail and the slight buzzing goes away it means it is a weak ground right. It is only on my bridge and I just want to make sure before I get back into that cavity. Thanks brother.
Actually Cali, when you there is a slight buzz/hmm and you touch your hand to the bridge/strings and it goes away, that means that you have a GOOD GROUND between your bridge and wiring controls. If you did not have a ground wire run to bridge it would make no difference when you touched strings etc.
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Hey Jonesy--got the cap and bleed kit installed on the R9.

The cap is a HUGE improvement; the neck pickup is quite a bit brighter, and it's very jazzy.

Not sold on the bleed kit yet, but will give it a bit of time before I pass judgement.

Thanks for your help, once again!

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Hey Jonesy--got the cap and bleed kit installed on the R9.

The cap is a HUGE improvement; the neck pickup is quite a bit brighter, and it's very jazzy.

Not sold on the bleed kit yet, but will give it a bit of time before I pass judgement.

Thanks for your help, once again!

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Awesome BB, thanks for the Tone report. I run a bleed kit on the neck pickup of my LP Special with a 490, and none on the bridge pu 498.
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A simple testimonial:
After Installing 2 Russian PIO on my guitar, shes gone wild singing and screaming! Jonesy you're the best!

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I'm puzzled by those PIO caps
I've had Jensens, SoZos, old Mustards and Sprague VQs but it'd be interesting trying out those... shame there's no money.

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I've had Jensens, SoZos, old Mustards and Sprague VQs but it'd be interesting trying out those... shame there's no money.

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I like to tinker and there is not much to do here in Indiana when it is only 10 degrees outside, so after dinner tonight I tore into my 99' LP Special and did the Peter Green Mod to the neck pickup. See pics...




















I tried to get these pics in order and had no one to take them for me while I was working so I did the best I could to show you what I did.

1. You may want to remove pickup from guitar completely but that is a bit more work. You also should probably get a soft rag and protect the surface of your guitar while working on it, this is my beater LP and I was careful. Had to take pics with one hand to show what I did so these will give you a general idea of what you need to do.

2. You have to work slowly and carefully as not to damage any of the windings or you could ruin the pickup. The solder welds have to be broken open after heating them up, but don't melt the bobbins.

3. Carefully pry off the cover if you need to, but be careful not to break a wire.

4. You need to loosen the screws to get the magnet to slide out, but do not take them all the way out or things will start falling apart.

5. On my pickup I had to completely unscrew the pole pieces as they were screwed through the bobbin and into the base. Bobbin would not lift up unless they were almost all the way out.

6. Once you can push the bobbins up you will be able to get magnet to slide out. I used a scalpel style exacto knife between the end of the magnet and the base to pop it loose. Then I used a pair of needle nose pliers to gently pull it out. I marked top and end. Then removed it and rotated the magnet end for end 180 degrees but did not flip it over. This is the magnetic equivalent of reversing the polarity.

7. After magnet is slid back in, push down bobbins and tighten screws up in back of plate. Screw back in all the adjustable pole pieces throught the bobbin and into the base plate.

8. Put cover back on, don't pinch any wires. Resolder the welds on back that hold on cover.

9. I also rotated the entire pickup around when I mounted it back into the guitar. That is how Greenie did it and hey, maybe it will give it a little more Mojo.

10. I put a fresh set of ernie ball regular slinkys 10-46 back on and tried the top wrap this time. Not sure if I like the way the strings take a sharp bend as they come out of the hole and back over the stop tail piece?

Well I must have done the Peter Green Mod correctly because it sounds awesome out of phase when the switch is in the middle and both pickups are on. I have been working on the PG phrasing, now I have his Tone nailed even better. Gonna try it out at band practice tomorrow afternoon. I have been wanting to learn a little more about pickups and this was a really fun mod for me. Easy enough to change back if I wanted to. There are pics of this in my profile albums. Thanks for reading. Peace, jonesy
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JUST SEND ME YOUR HUMBUCKER AND I WILL DO THE PETER GREEN MOD ON IT FOR YOU IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO ATTEMPT IT YOUR SELF. $35 FOR OPEN COILS $45 FOR PU'S WITH COVERS. INCLUDES RETURN SHIPPING TO ALL 50 US STATES. THIS MOD WILL WORK ON ANY HUMBUCKER THAT HAS THE FLAT BAR MAGNET DOWN THE CENTER BELOW THE BOBBINS. GIBSON,DIMARZIO, SEYMOUR DUNCAN, ETC. I WILL CHECK OHM READINGS BEFORE AND AFTER MOD AND OFFER 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE LIKE ON ALL MY WORK. THERE MAY BE AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR WORKING WITH VINTAGE PICKUPS BECAUSE OF THEIR AGE AND VALUE ETC. SEND ME A PM IF INTERESTED :
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Jonesy,

I have a little project I am working on and could use your expertise. I have an early 90's BC Rich which hasn't worked it many years and I would like to try and restore it to have a second working guitar. It's a little tricky in the electronics department. It has the HSS pickup configuration, 3 mini toggle switches to turn on and off each pickup and one volume and one tone knob. Could you put me a harness together for it, and how much would it cost.
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I have a little project I am working on and could use your expertise. I have an early 90's BC Rich which hasn't worked it many years and I would like to try and restore it to have a second working guitar. It's a little tricky in the electronics department. It has the HSS pickup configuration, 3 mini toggle switches to turn on and off each pickup and one volume and one tone knob. Could you put me a harness together for it, and how much would it cost.
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