Patient Members, After using the formulas and calculating out the effects of adding resistor values in terms of altering frequencies, I have learned that resistors can nudge frequencies a bit, but not in huge magnitudes which you all knew already. So the takeaway for me (Frets) is that I was fretting too much.
Post by thetragichero on Oct 10, 2019 0:33:32 GMT -5
this is kind of a broad statement but resistor values can matter a WHOLE lot ever plug into an amp's Hi input and then into the Low input? quite a bit of difference sonically from what is usually just an extra resistor
now inside a guitar? i'm not nearly crafty enough to use a set value resistor in anything but a treble bleed (which i'm not particularly fond of) i use a ton of variable resistors, though ;-)
I think in a guitar, only small values below 300 make any discernible difference in tone. The cap and pickup inductance do all the tone work in terms of affecting the frequency. This is when they’re in an RLC. Did I learn the wrong lesson? It is very complicated.