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Tried 100k pot for AHB-1?

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  • Tried 100k pot for AHB-1?

    Hi guys,

    Has anyone tried usings 100k pots for their AHB-1 Duncan Blackouts? Currently, they have 25k pots... I don't know if my settings aren't correct or something, but I feel my neck pickup is too boomy (close to being muddy, actually). I was thinking maybe 100k pots will fix it. I haven't tried disconnecting my tone pots so I think this option too will fix that... I don't use the tone knobs often anyway.

    I'm using 11-56 strings in a 24.75" scale guitar, drop c tuning by the way.

    Cheers,
    D

    P.S
    These are my other options other than changing the pots to 100k:
    1- Disconnect tone pots.
    2- Add a .047 capacitor to the wiring ( as per http://www.seymourduncan.com/blog/tips-and-tricks/mod-squad-muddy-sounding-neck-pickup/) I'm thinking of placing it between the overall hot wire and tip of the output jack.

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    • wartoxin
      wartoxin commented
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      Blackouts? As in an active pickup like an EMG? You're barking up the wrong tree, changing pot values, disconnecting pots, whatever won't have that kind of tone effect, that is a passive thing. I don't have a quick solution for you, but there may be some popular mods for that somewhere like Duncan forums.

       

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      at first the link in your post didn't work for me, anyway now that I see it, that is intended for passive pickups, and would probably give you no bass at all, but try it, I could work anyway, maybe with a different capacitor (higher).



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