SG Bass "EB Thunder" - Thunderbucker in "P" position
I've had the idea to put a Thunderbucker Max Neck in the "P" position of my SG bass, affectionately renamed the "EB Thunder" on account of a mudbucker in the neck position and a Thunderbucker Max Bridge in the bridge position. To make this possible, I'm thinking I'd completely disconnect the tone pot and turn it into a third volume.
Since my electronics knowledge leaves something to be desired, help me understand the pros and cons of doing this.
Also, on a different note, I notice a big dropoff in volume when I turn my mudbucker and Thunderbucker mx bridge on full. I thought the obvious solution would be to wire them in series rather than parallel. After talking to the guy who works on my stuff, he was adamant that the bass was already wired in series. This left me confused because I was certain the volume dropoff was a characteristic of parallel wiring. Maybe he was mistaken.
Someone with greater knowledge, please educate me.
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