Remember, the function of this tone control cap is to shunt high(er) frequencies to ground. Signal going to the amp does not pass through it, only signal you don't want. Ceramic is as good as metalized polyester in this application, so why not save money and use ceramic?
They seem to do the job. If you arent into looks and just need to get the work done quickly and cheaply, these are for you.
These are good for replacing old ceramic caps, but when building from now on, i'll always use drop caps.
This do the trick, but are a little costly.
I always read or listen to the Trade Secrets, but a recent one on the tone enhancing mod was super! I bought these Caps with the intention of trying out the tip. I had to source the resistors locally, no biggie. The tone enhancer works like magic, it will be a great "profit enhancer" on electric guitar set-up jobs that are common in my shop.
These seem to do the job; I can't personally hear any difference between them and the bigger, pricier variations to be honest. As a bonus, these are cheap and smaller and the wire is much thinner than on something like an orange drop, making them much easier to bend and work with. If there was a noticeable tone difference, I'd buy the more expensive, bigger stuff; but I just don't hear it.
way overpriced if you do a lot of electronics, but convienient when ordering other parts.
I only buy them for convenience.
Usava antes componentes caros da Mallory para treble-blend, os cerêmicos funcionam da mesma maneira 0.01uf para single e 180uf para humbuckers
Bumble bees? Orange drops? Oil & paper? These do the very same thing, & take up A LOT less space..
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