Guitar Electronics Understanding Wiring

Author: Tim Swike

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 112

View: 406

THIS IS THE ONLY WIRING GUIDE YOU WILL EVER NEED TO BUY. Learn step by step how to completely wire Telecaster, Stratocaster, Esquire, and Les Paul guitars and all of the potentiometers, capacitors, switches, ground wires, hot wires, pickups, output jack, and bridge ground. Even if you dont have a Fender or Gibson, this guide will teach you how to wire a guitar with 1, 2, or 3 pickups. Also learn where you can get the complete wiring kits for dirt cheap, and learn essential soldering tips. Why not learn how to change your pickups, tone or volume controls, switches, and capacitors yourself? There are a ton of modifications you can do to your guitar for dirt cheap. This book will also show you some secret "hot rod" techniques that the pros use. This book will teach you how to do coil tapping, coil cutting, phase switching, series wiring, parallel wiring, bridge-on switching, mini toggle switching, varitone switching, mega switching, yamaha switching, blend pots, and much more !!!

How to Build and Setup Guitar Kits like a Pro

An Easy Guide for Bolt-on Neck Guitars

Author: Jonny Blackwood

Publisher: www.learn-guitarsetups.com

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 62

View: 227

Part of Jonny Blackwood's "Easy Guide" Series, "How to Build and Setup Guitar Kits like a Pro" is a clear, concise, step-by-step manual written for those with little guitar building experience. With simple directions and over 130 photos, you will gain the understanding needed to assemble and setup bolt-on guitar kits with great results! Included in the book: A 9-step method on assembling bolt-on style guitars; Tips and tricks to save you time and headaches; Guidance on sanding, finishing & more; Proper soldering technique explained; Scale length explained Guitar electronics explained; How to effectively shield the instrument; Popular wiring modification suggestions; Links to online wiring and setup methods from Fender and others; Simple setup instructions for strat and tele-style guitars; How to restring properly; How to adjust truss rods for optimal neck bow; How to shim necks and adjust neck tilt; How to adjust bridge angle on tremolo equipped guitars; How to adjust intonation; How to file nut slots; And more!

Electric Guitar Construction

Author: Tom Hirst

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 164

View: 643

"A guide for the first time builder. The definitive work on the design and construction of a solid body electric guitar." --back cover.

Beginner Intermediate and Advanced Hot Rod Techniques for Guitar a Fender Stratocaster Wiring Guide

Author: Tim Swike

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 244

View: 298

IF YOU OWN A STRAT, THEN YOU NEED THIS BOOK! Learn step by step how to completely wire a Stratocaster and all of the potentiometers, capacitors, switches, ground wires, hot wires, pickups, output jack, and bridge ground. Even if you dont own a Fender, this guide will teach you how to wire a guitar with 1, 2, or 3 pickups. There are a ton of modifications you can do to your guitar for dirt cheap. This book will also show you some secret "hot rod" techniques that the pros use like: coil tapping, coil cutting, phase switching, series wiring, parallel wiring, bridge-on switching, toggle switching, mini toggle switching, varitone switching, mega switching, super switching, rotary switching, treble boost/solo switching, blend pots, push pull pots, stacked concentric pots, and much more !!! Plus you will learn everything you've ever wanted to know about 4-wire humbuckers that can fit into your standard strat pickguard. Also includes audio files of the hot rod techniques.

Guitar Player Repair Guide

How to Set Up, Maintain, and Repair Electrics and Acoustics

Author: Dan Erlewine

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 320

View: 743

Covers set-up, maintenance, tuners, acoustic adjustments, nut replacement, fret dressing, refretting, guitar electronics, finish application and repair, and useful tools.

All about Vacuum Tube Guitar Amplifiers

Author: Gerald Weber

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 519

View: 156

(Book). Explores all manufacturers and de-mystifys the inner workings of tube amps. All new material from the amp guru Gerald Weber. Tons of empirical data that de-mystify the inner workings of tube amps to help you get the most from your amps! You will learn how tube amps work, electronic concepts, how different types of tubes work, the anatomy of a gain stage, how to resurrect a dormant tube amp, how to do a cap job correctly, modifications to preserve your amp, how to voice an amp and tune the reverb, how to build an amp, recover a cabinet, re-grill a baffleboard, how to buy a vintage amp; and common wiring mistakes and idiosyncrasies found in vintage amps. And you get a couple of hundred pages of Questions and Answers sectioned off into Fender, Gibson, Marshall, Danelectro/Silvertone, Vox, Other American, Other British and Miscellaneous Topics. You will learn the six dreaded tone killers and how to avoid them, the top ten amp-tone tips, and how to fine-tune your entire amp setup. In short, you will have the knowledge needed to squeeze your amp's performance from lame to insane.

The World Book Encyclopedia

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Page:

View: 232

An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.

Understanding Audio

Getting the Most Out of Your Project Or Professional Recording Studio

Author: Daniel M. Thompson

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 359

View: 454

(Berklee Guide). Understanding Audio explores the fundamentals of audio and acoustics that impact every stage of the music recording process. Whether you are a musician setting up your first Pro Tools project studio, or you are a seasoned recording engineer or producer eager to find a reference that fills in the gaps in your understanding of audio, this book is for you. Understanding Audio will enable you to develop a thorough understanding of the underlying principles of sound, and take some of the mystery and guesswork out of how equipment setup affects the quality of your recordings. Projects at the end of each chapter will assist you in applying these principles to your own recording environment. Learn about: *Basic and Advanced audio theory *Cables and studio wiring *Recording studio and console signal flow *Digital and analog audio *Studio and listening room acoustics *Psychoacoustics *"In the Studio" insights, relating audio principles to real recording situations About the Author Daniel M. Thompson is Assistant Chair of Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music. An independent writer/producer and recording engineer, his credits include work for major films and television including ER and The Sopranos. He is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), the Audio Engineering Society (AES), and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). BUZZ "This is probably the best primer on recording fundamentals and techniques that I've ever read. I wish I had a book that was this comprehensive when I started my career. It's simple and easy to understand, and the diagrams are perfect. From basic audio principles to current digital technology, this book has something to offer everybody in the industry. This book should be a requirement for every entry-level engineering student." -Elliot Scheiner, Multi-Grammy-winning engineer and producer (Steely Dan, The Eagles, Sting) "A must for the musician/producer with a home studio. One of the best 'how-to' books available to help put you on the path toward fulfilling your career goals." -Don Puluse, Recording engineer (Chicago, Sly & the Family Stone, Billy Joel) "Presents clear explanations of technical audio topics ranging from microphones to loudspeakers. It concisely delivers the goods that you will need to make better audio recordings. Be sure to thank Thompson when you pick up your Grammy." -Ken Pohlmann, Author, Director of Music Engineering Technology, University of Miami-Florida