With the flip of a switch change the values of volume and tone potentiometers from 500k to 250k and vice versa.

Scottsdale, AZ (December 4, 2013) -- Offering versatility for the musician seeking the “Perfect Tone”, Mad Hatter Guitar Products takes solderless guitar wiring to a whole new level.

The Mad Hatter Solderless Tone-Shaping System enables guitarists to easily change pickups and tone capacitors with a simple screwdriver, and with the flip of a switch change the values of volume and tone potentiometers change from 500k to 250k and vice versa. With the Solderless Tone Shaping System guitarists can successfully achieve that “Righteous Tone” they seek from their instruments.

Mad Hatter Solderless Tone-Shaping System Kits offer the following:

  • Single volume or dual volume Mad Hatter Guitar Products solderless circuit board
  • Mad Hatter Guitar Products exclusive CTS universal potentiometers
  • System peripherals include prewired CRL selector switches and Switchcraft toggle switches and output jacks

The Mad Hatter Solderless Tone Shaping System is available in four kits: a Dual Volume Dual Tone and a Dual Volume Single Tone at suggested retail prices of $143.11 and $131.39 respectively (street prices: $110.09 and $101.07) and a Single Volume Dual Tone and a Single Volume Single Tone at suggested retail prices of $148.39 and $99.71 respectively (street prices: $114.15 and $76.70).

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