I know its cousin.
yes 500k but I might try a 1 meg at some point, I used on/on/on toggles...same as triple shots but not if you know what I mean, I went with banana style toggles from stew macDeep Purple wrote: ↑Fri Mar 08, 2019 5:24 pmI'm thinking maybe putting a P-Rails in the neck position and replacing the standard bridge pickup with a stacked vintage. I use my volume and tone a lot while I'm playing, so I'm not too concerned about any slight mismatching.
How did you wire the P-Rails? I'm still wondering whether I should try to get the rails in parallel or just go for a 3-way sound. I looked at Triple Shots, but think they might be a bit fiddly, so want to think about a 3-way DPDT switch for the P-Rails. Hopefully it will be pretty easy to wire - I'm assuming a 500k pot for the P-Rails?
I guess I could try 500k and 1M would be an option if things don't seem right.Hink wrote:yes 500k but I might try a 1 meg at some point, I used on/on/on toggles...same as triple shots but not if you know what I mean, I went with banana style toggles from stew mac
A funny thing about the assembly..... Ernie Ball and specifically the Alvin Lee model say that the tone wood comes mostly from The top of the body between the bridge and the neck Ergo if he's using the same assembly that he fits into the wings you are not getting the full effect of the tonewood.
1961 Silvertone (made by Danelectro) EMG humbuckers, Gibson tune-o-matic bridge, Grover Turner's, active electronics. Price is firm. Comes with a quality hand crafted case
I'd be the middleman if you like Justin, I wouldn't mind an early spring ride up there t try it out