I'm running a single coil Strat pickup and a Gibson 498t into a three way switch. The 498t is quite noticeably louder. How can I even out the volume? I tried putting resistors in to even out the resistance (Gibson approx. = 14.25, Fender approx. =7) but it didn't do a damn thing.
Post by michaelcbell on Jun 25, 2007 7:06:54 GMT -5
BTW, a hearty welcome to ratkinson! I hope your wuest toward guitar wiring wholness finds completion here
And BTW, listen to ChrisK, it'll do ya well. One thing I do have to add is that it might be possible to balance the pup outputs internal to the guitar, but the HUGE difference in output will make it supremely difficult without muddying up the humbucker, which none of us want I'll agree with ChrisK that adjustable volumes for each pup would do you well.
Once you've got that done (if you decide to), maybe we could get treble bleeds on those volumes so as to be able to balance the outputs without muddying the tone.