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Re: Hum

Postby TDR1138 » Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:40 am

Glad you got it sorted out. Did you also jumper from the pot casing to the jack sleeve terminal? I do agree that the shielding foil looks like it could be a problem at some point (if it's not already) and would really encourage a soldered wire to make sure things were going to be reliable.
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Re: Hum

Postby deltafred » Fri Oct 12, 2018 1:10 am

TDR1138 wrote:Glad you got it sorted out. Did you also jumper from the pot casing to the jack sleeve terminal?

On my SB-2 Tribute there is very thin coax, which looks like connecting wire at first glance, from the tone pot to the jack. I suspect that this is the same on John's.
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