Actually it's not my video, just an example LOL
Same ballpark, but he uses real amp, i use amp in the box pedal.
I don't think i'll go with a timmy or ocd.
Since i need to push it hard into overdriven lead tone, i'm gonna need plenty of gain and compression (OCD lacks compression, timmy is too...
Probably not the case with mine.
I've had this issue too before.
If the input is falsely wired, you get hum when the volume is all the way down.
With our case it's humming at half volume, but goes silent when the volume is closed.
Hi man, sorry for necrobump.
I'm having the same issue after i get my les paul rewired.
I'm suspecting the ground connection between two tone pots.
Are you still having this issue?
Can you post a pic of your cavity?
I'm using a les paul, so i assume anything with mid hump wouldn't work, so definitely not TS i think?
Timmy is low on bass, and no mid hump, but AFAIK they don't have much gain i think? They're more of a clean boost
Oh yeah my bad. I forgot to say what exactly i'm going to achieve.
So what i have here is les paul into tweed style amp in the box (tech21 blonde).
I have it set up to slight warm overdriven tone, if i would crank up the gain for lead tone, it gets more overdriven but the bass is to flabby.
idk much about single coils, but my experience with humbuckers is less dcr (somewhere 7k-8k) results in less mids, brighter, cleaner looser feel as oppose to pickups with higher dcr (more than 10k).
Again i'm comparing passive humbuckers against each other. Same type of pickups.