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    Combining two strat wiring diagrams

    I'd like to run two volumes and no tone, with the first volume controlling the bridge and middle, and second running the neck, in addition to getting those mixed bridge/neck sounds. Any thoughts on how to combine these two mods?

    And, of course, I have some treble-bleed circuits to install
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    No tone on a 3 single guitar :crazy:

    You'll need to do this tho:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/5mh9fj9p5w...02Vol.pdf?dl=0

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    Why? Do Vol-Vol-Master tone if you have to. Even consider using some sort of a pot that removes the tone contriol from the circuit if it's on 10, but no tone period is crazy on a Strat.
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    and then add your treble bleeds across lug 1&2 of each volume

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    Listen to Cam.

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    Is my tendency to defy convention getting a little out of hand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Is my tendency to defy convention getting a little out of hand?
    Yes.

    Remember the backlashh I got for wiring up my Strat with a "normal" guitar but with 1V/1T? Don't be me, Leon. When it comes to Strats, don't be me.

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    Serious Q: When I had my old Mexi-strat, with Fender's Noiseless pickups, I never touched the Tones but to make sure they were all the way up. Am I really going to need one in this strat with Texas Specials?

    Functionally, I never liked the knob RIGHT NEXT to the pups, so my pickguard just has the two standard holes where I suppose the tones typically go. I was expecting the volume difference between B/M and N to be enough to justify wiring two volumes that way, but a master volume and one tone might work better?

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