STRAT DUAL CAPACITOR WIRING
Stratocaster Mod Wiring - Dual Capacitors - YouTube
Click to view on Bing4:53Many people have asked about my dual capacitor wiring scheme for my Stratocasters so I thought I'd put together a short how-to video regarding this simple modification. Enjoy.Author: Breja ToneWorksViews: 197K
How to wire your stratocaster, test pots, select capacitor
Click to view on Bing39:10A step by step demonstration of wiring your stratocaster pickups and controls. How to test audio pots, capacitor selection and tone control options.Author: Roy CoxViews: 153K
Two Caps. value???? | Fender Stratocaster Guitar Forum
Looks like a dual capacitor wiring, but grounded differently, and the bottom pots wire to the switch isnt in the middle lug or resistor. Maybe the bridge pickup has its own tone knob and capacitor, with the dual capacitor wiring, it doesnt matter the values of the two caps, I go for around for neck and middle and around for bridge.
Dual Capacitor Tone-Split Wiring – bmfmguitars
You can see below on the standard Strat wiring schematic that both tone pots share a common tone capacitor, and both pots are also of the same value. This means that each of the tone controls has the same frequency response curve. Because there is only one tone capacitor, the two tone controls are wired in series.
Tone Capacitor's for Single Coil Strat Pups | The Gear Page
I prefer to wire a Strat with 1 Vol, 1 Tone, 1 Blend. I prefer the Cap is the master tone for all 3 pups. Although and can also work well. Ceramic Disc Caps can also sound nice, as they have a slightly harder spitey sound. I like using them in an Ash Body Strat, with a Maple Neck. I am not much of a Mylar or Polyester Cap fan.