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Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by adept_inept, Feb 11, 2006.
how does it work, and how does it sound?
Hmmmmm ... I don't think that's what it is. It's just a tone knob. Roll it back for more bass. Roll it forward for more treble. Pull it out to emphasize the bridge pickup when both pickups are on.
fender mentions a "mid shaping feature"
maybe by "mid shape" they mean "emphasize the bridge"? any ideas?
My older model (1999) RB5 had a push-pull knob that introduced a resistor into the circuit to attenuate the neck output.
"I chose the 3-way switch instead of a blend pot, because it allows you to make pickup switches really fast. The only problem, though, is that you can't switch to any of those "sweet spots." I very often use the sound on a J where both volume controls are cranked, but I roll back the neck pickup a bit so the sound opens up. So that's what the push/pull tone pot does: if you pull it up, a 27k resistor goes across the neck pickup to slightly reduce its output"
Straight from roscoe beck folks.
question answered, and rather astutely. thanks.
and btw, i also dig that smiley just check the sig.
haha, are sigs kick major bootay.
As for the information, it was on roscoe beck's website.....and I'm very intrigued by the rb IV