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    Which pots and switch do I need?

    I'd like to convert my Albert Lee HH to a 3 way switch and push pull pots for coil taps like the special edition version that came out a while back. Which pots and switch should I buy?

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    All these parts are fairly standard and not Music Man specific. The pots are 500k.

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    Stew Mac sells the parts your looking for. I've never bought from them before, but they seem to have a pretty good selection.

    Components + Parts | stewmac.com

    AllParts seems to have a good selection as well and again never bought from them either.

    Guitar Electronics | Allparts.com

    Hope it helps, Glenn |B)
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    I've used these guys: Guitar Electronics Parts & Wiring Diagrams | GuitarElectronics.com
    And really like these guys: Amplified Parts

    However, I almost always get the best deals on ebay.... but you need to know what you're looking for.
    If you're just keeping the stock humbuckers and simplifying the switching to a 3-way (which seems like a waste of time to me, but hey...), then a couple of 500k pots and a quality 3-way Tele switch. Watch out that the shafts on the pots will work with the knobs you plan to use... there are a few different choices.
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