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Unread 02-12-2009, 10:51 AM   #661 (permalink)
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what's the difference betwen dpdt and not dpdt? I don't exactly get what you meant by double pole, double throw... and you mean the same pots are used for volume and tone? so that means that 4 set would work? XD
I'm learning hehe

There is a thing on my computer, a little box that says "Google". Try it out for DPDT and see what you get Seriously, I have learned a lot of stuff by researching things that way.

Yeah a set of 4 of those and you will be good to go bro.
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There is a thing on my computer, a little box that says "Google". Try it out for DPDT and see what you get Seriously, I have learned a lot of stuff by researching things that way.

Yeah a set of 4 of those and you will be good to go bro.
lol right google XD sometimes I forgot about that when I talk to someone I know, cause I once had a bad experience by following something I found on google, I google dpdt and I think i understand it now... wel I think so hehe

sorry if I asked too much... last one question I think only you can answer atm.. do I still get the 21 tones without the "dpdt"?
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lol right google XD sometimes I forgot about that when I talk to someone I know, cause I once had a bad experience by following something I found on google, I google dpdt and I think i understand it now... wel I think so hehe

sorry if I asked too much... last one question I think only you can answer atm.. do I still get the 21 tones without the "dpdt"?


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No, with out the dpdt you only get the standard 3 tones
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No, with out the dpdt you only get the standard 3 tones
aww.. hmm I should go hunt for dpdt then.. lol

thanks I learned alot today

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thanks I learned alot today

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500K ALPHA GUITAR POTENTIOMETER PUSH-PULL DPDT SWITCH - eBay (item 200308438473 end time Feb-16-09 12:54:43 PST)
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I just wonder what does the peter green mod do?
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the neck pick up is out of phase, which when combined with the bridge pickup gives a nasally woody tone to the guitar.

Listen to early fleetwood mac and you'll get the idea...

Keep meaning to do some recording with the WB greeny pups, Ill get round to it one day...
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I just wonder what does the peter green mod do?
Like Big Dawg said when switch is in middle position neck pu' is magnetically out of phase with the bridge pu, this gives you a very cool usable Tone.

Josh, if you want to hear what it sounds like on your guitar with out doing the pu/magnet mod, just take the two wires from either your bridge or neck pickup and reverse them where they are connected on the volume pots(just reverse leads one pu) , by reversing polarity this will result in similar "out of phase" Tone If you dont't like it you can easily switch them back to normal.
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Like Big Dawg said when switch is in middle position neck pu' is magnetically out of phase with the bridge pu, this gives you a very cool usable Tone.

Josh, if you want to hear what it sounds like on your guitar with out doing the pu/magnet mod, just take the two wires from either your bridge or neck pickup and reverse them where they are connected on the volume pots(just reverse leads one pu) , by reversing polarity this will result in similar "out of phase" Tone If you dont't like it you can easily switch them back to normal.
hmm ok thanks might try that
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Hey jonesy,
Need a new toggle switch and caps for my Les Paul Vintage Mahogany (all mahogany and stock). What do you recommend?
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Need a new toggle switch and caps for my Les Paul Vintage Mahogany (all mahogany and stock). What do you recommend?
I offer pre-wired 3 way toggle with braided wire leads. A good set of .022 PIO caps would sweeten it up a bit.

IMO Those VM LP's are really nice looking guitars
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I have some of the Silver cased K-series Russian Paper In Oil Caps in .033 and .047 MLPF exclusive $23 a pair mix and match includes S&H Worldwide



These are Really Smooth, Warm caps with nice Vocal quality and have gotten great reviews, IMHO they have Tone as good or better than any of the Sprague PIO Caps, Q's etc. Same construction inside.
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5 + 1 = 6 Lil' Keef Phase II

With the 5 strings Tuned in open G Lil' Keef was more or less a 1 Trick pony, with the New Fender deluxe SCN's, 4 way switch, .015 Bumble Bee Tone Cap, hand made Bone Nut and 6 strings it is now a Work Horse This Tele will work out Great as a second guitar to My Blue Strat (Still My #1 ) that I use with the "King Bee" Power Trio. I have done some leveling on the frets and will finish up with a good crown and polish and this Tele will be ready to go. Check out the pics and let me know what you think, One of the Craziest Tele's I have put together so far


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lol jonesy man.. that's crazy cool hehe it's like you do whatever you like on that guitar XD looking at the positions of those tuners I'm speechless XD
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lol jonesy man.. that's crazy cool hehe it's like you do whatever you like on that guitar XD looking at the positions of those tuners I'm speechless XD
Thanks man, sometimes you have to work with what you have. This neck on Lil' Keef would have been a throw away otherwise. Check out the tuners on this guitar bro, not to different.

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Thanks man, sometimes you have to work with what you have. This neck on Lil' Keef would have been a throw away otherwise. Check out the tuners on this guitar bro, not to different.

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hmm true.

but that's the 1st time I've seen a position like that hehe your lil keef is unique
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have a budget of around $30. what wiring upgrades can i perform.

i got 2 humbuckers, 1 tone, 1 volume, 3 way switcher.

please help
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but that's the 1st time I've seen a position like that hehe your lil keef is unique
Well it was either find some way to use this neck, or it was a throw away.
It is surprising what you will do when you don't have the money to run out and buy what you need. Plus I like to tinker
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i got 2 humbuckers, 1 tone, 1 volume, 3 way switcher.

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Well I would start by replacing the Tone cap with good quality PIO cap.
Not sure if you need a volume bleed kit, but they are useful at times?
$30 would cover those mods for sure?
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Well I would start by replacing the Tone cap with good quality PIO cap.
Not sure if you need a volume bleed kit, but they are useful at times?
$30 would cover those mods for sure?
thanks for the reply, i like to play a lot slash and page stuff can you recommend any specific caps? also my jack is a little loose in the socket, is it worth getting a new socket?
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thanks for the reply, i like to play a lot slash and page stuff can you recommend any specific caps? also my jack is a little loose in the socket, is it worth getting a new socket?
What kind of guitar do you have bro? Input jacks do need tighten up from time to time, but a good 1/4" switchcraft will last a while and sound better than say import jack. I pre-wire them with the braided wire and shrink tube just like Gibson does,
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What kind of guitar do you have bro? Input jacks do need tighten up from time to time, but a good 1/4" switchcraft will last a while and sound better than say import jack. I pre-wire them with the braided wire and shrink tube just like Gibson does,
i have an epoch, do you sell sockets? on another thread i got told that the socket isnt an upgrade, do you agree?
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i have an epoch, do you sell sockets? on another thread i got told that the socket isnt an upgrade, do you agree?
I would think that swapping out a cheaper metric made jack for a quality US 1/4" switchcraft jack is an upgrade? Think about it, this is where your guitar plugs directly into. Every part in the signal chain has some type of effect on you overall Tone, some contribute more, some less.
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I would think that swapping out a cheaper metric made jack for a quality US 1/4" switchcraft jack is an upgrade? Think about it, this is where your guitar plugs directly into. Every part in the signal chain has some type of effect on you overall Tone, some contribute more, some less.
thanks for clearing that up.

anyway have you got a cap suitabe for me and a jack socket?

i thinking of getting a set of ernie ball 9s what you think?

im learning quick with you info man. thanks a lot.
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thanks for clearing that up.

anyway have you got a cap suitabe for me and a jack socket?

i thinking of getting a set of ernie ball 9s what you think?

im learning quick with you info man. thanks a lot.
Hows does your guitar sound to you now, bright or muddy at times?
I would say .022 is the norm, but it can vary...

Not only is the jack important, so is the wire, even the wire to the switch that carries your signal is critical and Gibson uses really thin wire IMO. I normally don't have extra parts to spare as i normally just sell pre-wired harnees;s vs kits, but I may be able to hook you up.
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Hows does your guitar sound to you now, bright or muddy at times?
I would say .022 is the norm, but it can vary...

Not only is the jack important, so is the wire, even the wire to the switch that carries your signal is critical and Gibson uses really thin wire IMO. I normally don't have extra parts to spare as i normally just sell pre-wired harnees;s vs kits, but I may be able to hook you up.
the guitar sounds muddy at times.

ive found a switchcraft socket on ebay for £1.96. what wire should i be looking for?

could you let me know what you got and what i should get?

with your items could you let me know how much will postage be to the uk?
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the guitar sounds muddy at times.

ive found a switchcraft socket on ebay for £1.96. what wire should i be looking for?

could you let me know what you got and what i should get?

with your items could you let me know how much will postage be to the uk?
I like the vintage braided type wire for the input jacks. $30 will cover the Tone cap, I am thinking .015Q PIO and a volume bleed kit, includes S&H to UK.
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Try Allparts.com UK they will have the jack and the wire you need, and the 500K CTS Pots if you want to upgrade those later?
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hi jonesy, i will pay you after college today.

is this the wire you were talking about;

vintage braided wire

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hi jonesy, i will pay you after college today.

is this the wire you were talking about;

vintage braided wire

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Thanks Sounds like a plan, yep that is exactly the wire you want and you can use it that to re-wire your switch runs as as well for a better signal path.
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