Hello all. I want to put fretboard on my cbg. My question is that if I put a 1/4 inch fret board on a 3/4 inch neck that makes the neck pretty beefy at one inch. Am I missing something about fret…Continue
"For the amp or for the guitar?
Most small amps use a 10k to 50k for volume. Ruby amps, Smokey amps, Little Gem and Noisy Cricket amps all use a 10k pot for volume.
Guitars will use 250k for most single coil pickups, 500k for double coil…"
"Depends on what type of pickup your using, active with a pre-amp, any 25-100k will do, mag pickups like a single or hum-B 250k for singles and 500k for hum-B, keeps from losing the treble side of it. Too low a resistance with a mag and after you…"
unless you use a huge capacitor all should be good. you are basically making a first order low pass filter by bridging the speaker with a cap or a high pass filter putting it inline with the positive speaker lead. dont use…"
"Depends on what you want to do.
In series a cap filters out the low end, and a smaller cap filters more than a big cap.
in parallel a cap filters out the high end and a bigger cap filters out more than a smaller cap.
caps in parallel make for a…"
"Wow, that's an old video, if that's what he was looking for, that's typical wiring of most tone pots and definitely helps with some issues associated with piezo or mag pickups, but not exactly what I was talking about, similar…"
"That's where it starts to get complicated unfortunately, need more info about the speaker, the amp, all specs available, what frequency your trying to achieve, and if your just trying to clean up the sound on a few cheap speakers, your time…"
"Are you building a Cab? Passive crossover? Unless it's has a polarity on the capacitor it's basically wired in line with the neg or pos on a speaker. I usually use the pos.
Sorry, don't know about the video.
But a high or low passive…"