GLOBAL WIRING GURU
- Mar 28, 2008
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Audio taper pots are what's normally used in guitars, that is what I use in all my builds. They have a smoother roll off. *Linear pots will act more like an on off switch.Surprisingly not yet(Or at least 1 is..) I couldn't let my guitar sit, so I sat down, rewired it according to my diagram. It works. Except one of my Volumes is not working as well as it should (doesn't go to 0 fully, and is gargle mess until about 9.5. I also have a lot of noise becasue I am getting interference from the fact I had to plop my output into my tone becasue the length wasn't long enough.
I hope the volume issue is due to some solder joints being whacky.
Yes, I think I will, New wire, new pots and so forth. I made a mistake of accidentally buying stereo pots a well... so go figure, I was a bit of an inexperienced idiot.
And these pots are audio taper, not linear. I think that's wrong too.....
Could be, I kept forgetting to use the "inside' nut for the pots....
The more you do, the better you will get. Learn by your mistakes, it's all part of the process.