There seems to be a problem when pairing a Fender American Vintage Telecaster bridge pickup, with a Fender "Nocaster" '51 re-issue neck pickup. Looks like they're out of phase. Here's how I fix it...
I can finally see well enough to drop some Creamery "Alt 88"Jaguar pickups into my Custom spec Fender "US Original '60's" Jaguar. I'm wiring them up with a "Johnny Marr" schematic, and I'm especially looking forward to testing out the additional "neck and bridge in series" combination.
Soldering up a "modern" wiring circuit for my Wilko Johnson Fender Telecaster
Hotter pickups usually require a little dialling-back, to get them into "Vintage" territory. But I think I'm going to need a "Treble Bleed" modification to keep the sound bright.
Building a modified wiring circuit for my Gold-leafed hardtail Stratocaster. Wiring up some Fender Vintage Noiseless pickups, with 500k pots and a K40Y-9, 0.1µF tone capacitor.
There's a lot to learn, (so this might be a long post). I want to try and specify a wiring circuit specifically for the Fender Vintage Noiseless pickups I'll be using on my Gold Hardtail Stratocaster.
The Telecaster control circuit is about a basic a circuit as exists for electric guitars. There's an additional modification in this case - the addition of a treble bleed - but the circuit is simple, and ideal for a relative beginner in guitar electronics like me, to get to know how things get connected