Our prewired harness for most of all famous guitars. It uses calibrated Customordered pots and USA made switch. As you can see the wiring is extremely organized and neat. This gives you a better current flow for good tone and quiet electronics. The capacitors are LUXE and modern style High Quality caps. Many players are finding modern Les Pauls to be dull sounding, and lacking in tonal character. Many are not pleased with the pot tapers as well. This is all due to the use of inferior grade 300k linear taper pots. These pots can choke off the high-end, making the tone dull and "stuffy", and render the pot tapers less than optimal. The modern wiring also tends to dampen the high-end.....for sample......
The 50's style wiring, and the CTS 500k audio taper pots that are used in our kits help to give your guitar its maximum tone, while better retaining high-end frequencies when turning down your guitar's volume controls. This is a vast improvement over the "modern" wiring, as it allows you to actually use your volume controls without your tone turning to mud. Like many things from the 50's, you'll wonder why they ever changed from it in the first place!
Now we offer Prewired a great selection Guitar Harness checkout.
All Prewired Assemblies has CTS "TVT" Pots installed and comes with Wiring Instruction!
CTS "True Vintage Taper" (TVT) if you looking for the best pots available at the market your search ends here!
These org. CTS pots are custombuild for Crazyparts...
-Solid Brass thread and shaft
-Real Bakelite Baseplate
-Low turning torque
-Tolerance under 10% (Standard CTS up to 20%)
Which Guitars needs which Pots (lenght)????
Gibson Les Pauls that take long shaft pots:
50's & 60's Tributes
Historic '68 Custom RI
Gibson Les Pauls that take short shaft pots:
Historic R7 Custom
Les Paul Special's
Les Paul Jr.'s
ALL EPIPHONES TAKE SHORT SHAFT POTS! (You have to enlarge the hole in case of different thread diameter!)
(the only exception is the Epiphone Les Paul Eliti
Please note that is just Weblist we pickuped, no guarantee! If you not sure, check pots in your guitars or google!