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    Adjusting the Silent Circuit?

    Finally got the new pickgaurd and pickups in my new Cutlass and was wondering if anyone has bothered trying to adjust the silent circuit? It might be my imagination but the new pickup/pickgaurd assembly seems to have a little bit more noise than to original that was sent back due to squealing single coils.

    I've circled what looks to be the adjustment doodad - is this what gets turned?
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    No, it is the two tan mini trim pots near the tone pot and there is a specific setting that EB can provide. Turning the pots the slightest amount can make a tremendous difference. Testing via multimeter would be taken between points on the PCB makes TP & TPA, and TP & TPB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteDuBaldo View Post
    No, it is the two tan mini trim pots near the tone pot and there is a specific setting that EB can provide. Turning the pots the slightest amount can make a tremendous difference. Testing via multimeter would be taken between points on the PCB makes TP & TPA, and TP & TPB.
    Thank you - I'll go back to listening and tweaking pedals.

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