Each Terminator CTS tone pot offers both 250k and 500k wiring options.

Scottsdale, AZ (May 3, 2016) -- Offering versatility for the musician seeking the perfect tone, Mad Hatter Guitar Products takes Solderless Guitar Wiring to the next level.

The Terminator is the latest in Solderless Guitar Electronics from Mad Hatter Guitar Products. Like its predecessor, each Terminator CTS “Goes to Eleven” Volume and “Killer” Tone Pot offers both 250k and 500k wiring options. However, in the Terminator also offers the higher value of 750k for those seeking a brighter twangier tone.

In addition the Terminator is available in kits that offer the ability to simultaneously operate two different pickups with one at 500k, such as a bridge humbucker, and the others, such as a middle and neck single coils at 250k.

The Terminator is available in many kits from complete to just the basics offering:

  • Easy to follow instructions
  • Mad Hatter Guitar Products exclusive CTS Universal Potentiometers
  • CRL and OakGrisby Selector Switches
  • Switchcraft Toggle Switches and Output Jacks
  • Bourns Push/Pull Pots

Terminator kits start at just $64.99. Custom designed kits are available upon request.

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