Filter circuit Options:
Red 50’s Wiring(Vintage High Pass Filter) This wiring was found in the first gen of electric guitars. It features a transparent sound as you roll off the volume at the cost of a steep volume taper and an on/off tone control
Blue Modern Wiring: (Low pass Filter) This comes standard in most instruments and is what most people are familiar with when it comes to functionality. This style is what you call a low pass filter, meaning as you roll the volume down more highs will disappear.
- Green Treble Bleed (Modern High pass Filter) Often called a “Volume bleed”, this circuit changes the modern wiring into a high pass filter. Get this kit if you like to use both your volume and tone control a lot and want more highs at lower volumes.
Secondary Wiring: Coil Cutting: Often called by many names like coil splitting, or tapping. This secondary wiring style cancels out the humcanceling properties of a humbucker by grounding a coil and changing it to a single coil.