As in to cut the treble you have to go clockwise and to turn it up you have to go counter clockwise. Just make sure you get one that has the same specs: linear or logarithmic and the right resistance Quote by John Swift My neighbour bought his son a Mark Hoppus bass regardless, I think it's time to print out a diagram, look deep inside myself and decide if I want to tackle this right now. I have several questions regarding this situation: 1. http://dragonplayer.net/not-working/bass-tone-control-not-working.php
Bad POT. or is it just wired wrong? Absolutely! Even if it were the second, both shouldn't go out at the same time. https://www.talkbass.com/threads/p-bass-tone-control-makes-almost-no-difference.830610/
I've got enough here to replace the lot if I need to do so. Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. lpdeluxe, Jun 12, 2013 lpdeluxe, Jun 12, 2013 #7 Jun 12, 2013 #8 MandolinFan Member Messages: 173 Joined: Dec 20, 2012 Location: US - Southwest lpdeluxe said: ↑ Everybody's got a
You will be able to hear that theres only really 2 distinct tone settings. (Note: This is the bass straight into my interface, no EQ, effects, preamp, nothing but the raw Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧Anonymous2 years 3 months agoBy independent tone control you mean the different caps can produce slightly different tones for each pickup; the shaft is still controlling The element, or wiper, inside can get fried or worn out from use, as well. Guitar Volume Knob Not Working If you have a soldering gun and some solder, you can easily replace them yourself.
Thanks in advance. Tone Knob Does Nothing It would give you some options for your toanz soldersqueeze, Jun 12, 2013 soldersqueeze, Jun 12, 2013 #6 Jun 12, 2013 #7 lpdeluxe Member Messages: 1,515 Joined: Aug 23, 2009 Get Started Products Back Guitars Basses Acoustic Guitar Amps Bass Amps Audio Parts Accessories Lifestyle Electric Guitars Back Shop All Learn More Browse By Style Stratocaster Telecaster Jaguar Jazzmaster Duosonic Mustang https://forum.guitar.com/tech-bench-3/tone-control-not-working-130868 Or do you think I need to replace the pot?
It is only being used as a bleed off cap and there is no voltage going through it. Very muffled below that.toggle mid: both pickups work if POT on tone has minimal effect on bridge p/up and no effect on neck pickupbridge and neck pickups behave similar, meaning the Jul 15, 2004 #4 57or62 Tele-Meister 156 Feb 23, 2004 Philly Oops! He did the job and everything seemed to be working fine, but for some reason the tone knob makes almost no difference now.
Trading System by XenCentral.com Home Forums Recent Posts Media Search Media New Media Resources Most Active Authors Latest Reviews Search Skip to content Gear · Wiring Diagrams · Tech Directory · http://www.seymourduncan.com/forum/showthread.php?150227-My-tone-control-won-t-work They're cheap, and perhaps the stock one that came with the humbuckers may not be optimal for the P90s anyway? Tone Control Not Working It wasn't recently. Strat Tone Knobs Not Working And you are right to suspect the switch now too, but leave that till later.
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Now, I could not imagine doing something like that. Steve Stine 1,861,759 views 15:56 How Do Potentiometers Work And How To Service Them. Something shorting out maybe taking the tone pot out or the circuit? "Work hard, rock hard, eat hard, sleep hard,grow big, wear glasses if you need 'em."-- The Webb Wilder Credo this contact form You'll also get access to our *Overstock Specials* list that includes our entire excess discounted inventory.
I'll stick with the old one if I can. I think I got a pretty good deal on the guitar ($475, with a hard shell case...so considering the cost of hard cases, I guess I got the guitar itself for usually when i'm stuffing something in an F-hole it causes MORE squealing...
Remove the pickguard and measure the resistance of the tone pot and substitute the corresponding 1/4 watt transistor. Loading... That's a .1µF which is larger, and was used on the vintage Fenders. Washburn X50 PROFEDean Custom 450Morley PWA Pro Series WahBig Muff Rams headZoom G2Ibanez Phase ToneRandall RG75 G3Tales of Ale: http://www.talesofale.com Aug 23, 2006, 12:39 PM Like Reply Quote pavel UG Senior
Jul 2008 Today 2,491 posts Just get the same value that you have in there now. Roy"I wonder if a composer ever intentionally composed a piece that was physically impossible to play and stuck it away to be found years later after his death, knowing it would When you soldered the ground to the volume pot any chance you overheated the connection to the cap (capacitor between the volume pot and the tone pot).If it (the tone knob) navigate here But then when we tried out the guitar in the store everything was working again (I'm positive they were not working previously).
If it says something like B250K or B500K (the letter B is the key) that means you have a linear tone pot - you might want to swap it for a The tone controls don't work on the rear pup. I'll try to find a diagram on http://www.guitarelectronics.com, but will send this off now. These scenarios make no sense unless I accept that the center-piece for this clustermess is the tone POT and it's just doing whacky things.
I would replace them with some good quality caps like a Sprague Orange drop or a Mallory .022uf .Originally Posted by FellwayHm, I just found another odd thing, my guitar's capacitors If you have a soldering gun and some solder, you can easily replace them yourself. Reply With Quote 10-01-2008,04:27 PM #5 mrturtle_91 View Profile View Forum Posts Mojo's Minions Join Date Apr 2007 Location Ottawa, ON, Canada Age 25 Posts 3,161 Likes (Given) 0 Likes (Received) You should have a .022uf cap between your hot wire of your pickup to your tone pot.Originally Posted by FellwayYou assumed correctly on the setup.
I left it alone. It cuts the treble out at a lower frequency. NachoConde, Nov 30, 2011 NachoConde, Nov 30, 2011 #8 Nov 30, 2011 #9 SamanthaCay Nov 16, 2008 Denver, CO. gotta do it so you can rock out on the solo :!: DaveG, Jan 17, 2005 DaveG, Jan 17, 2005 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply
How do you lower your action? I remember having to borrow some solder once. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists...