|This guitar wiring modification shows how to use a small value capacitor to add high frequency bypass feature. This mod will help retain the high frequencies that are lost when the volume setting is reduced. Typical capacitor values are between .001mFd and .003mFd. A larger value capacitor will allow a wider range a frequencies to bypass the volume control and a smaller value capacitor will reduce the range of frequencies that will bypass the volume control.|
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