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03-13-2006 09:22 AM
SUSTAINIAC
Re: Quick question about Ibanez wiring diagram

Yeah Man
03-14-2005 07:16 PM
Ironjose
Re: Quick question about Ibanez wiring diagram

so it varies from pot to pot, so which are the best overall pots or the most popular ones, and whats the difference between the audio taper and linear ones ?
03-12-2005 12:18 AM
buddroyce
Re: Quick question about Ibanez wiring diagram

The curve on a pot wouldn't much of make a difference if your volume and tone are always on full. They really start taking effect if you manipulate the volume or tone pots.

In the end it's really a matter of preference once again.
03-11-2005 08:04 AM
Ironjose
Re: Quick question about Ibanez wiring diagram

so what are the best curves for some really hot pups like the distortions of SD?
03-10-2005 08:47 AM
marianozz
Re: Quick question about Ibanez wiring diagram

Yeah i know about the curves... in electronics here we call them "linear" and "logarithm-something..."

I wasnt aware of so many different curves for guitar pots, and i certainly didnt know they were named with letters...


thanx man
03-09-2005 10:03 PM
buddroyce
Re: Quick question about Ibanez wiring diagram

Different curves. There are a *LOT* of different curves for pots but A and B are the most common. I recall Dimarzio(I think) making a 500kW pot which has a curve suitable for both volume and tone.

By the way, if you didn't know. The curve on a pot changes the way it reacts when you turn the pot up and down. ie. one type of curve will give you a more gradial decrease/increase in volume on a volume pot but another curve may not.
03-09-2005 06:44 PM
marianozz
Quick question about Ibanez wiring diagram

this one, the '04 one for the Jem...

http://www.ibanez.com/wiring/wire.asp?y=2004&w=JEM77

Whats the difference between the pots? 500k W / 500k D


maybe its a language thing... thanx anyone

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