With out-of-phase and coil-switching options, a treble-bleed network, and individual volume and tone controls for each pickup, this dual-humbucker’s wiring was ahead of its time when it came out in 1978.
When aging a project guitar, it’s best to take it apart and start small. First, we focus on the metal.
Over the course of his stellar career, the ace string bender and former Hellecaster has had several signature models, each wired to his unique specs. We’ll show you how to squeeze his sonic wizardry into your T-style guitar.
Yes, it is possible to age your instrument. But there are pitfalls to avoid and techniques to master.
Here’s how you can squeeze five different sounds from Fender’s iconic 6-string.