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Premium Bill Lawrence 5-way Tele Telecaster Wiring Harness with Custom CTS 275K Pots
This Telecaster wiring harness is based on the 5-way Bill Lawrence wiring schematic.
The kit comes pre-assembled and professionally built by Atlantic Custom Guitars
using all top-quality American made components.
If your neck pickup is a single coil with either 2 or 3 wires or if you are using a 4 wire humbucker, this harness works perfectly. However if you have a humbucker with one braided wire, this harness will NOT work.
These are the highest quality Potentiometers that the CTS Corporation manufacture.
TELECASTER 5-WAY BILL LAWRENCE HARNESS
WD® Music Products developed these high-quality solid-shaft potentiometers with CTS® to offer you exceptional performance in electronics for your instrument. These are NOT the same CTS pots that other companies stock and sell. These are developed using 9% +/- tolerances and a value at 10% over the standard 250K rating (275K). This ensures you not only optimum performance but guarantees your potentiometers will always be at least the value stated unlike many others using 20% tolerances where you can be over spec but in most cases way under the specifications you need to ensure good tone from your pickups. They added brass components and a high quality wiper versus what comes standard on most run of the mill pots to ensure long life, quality and consistent performance.
2 CTS Premium 275k custom audio-taper Pots, solid brass shafts and bushings.
1 - .022mfd Sprague Orange Drop capacitor
1 - .01mfd Sprague Orange Drop capacitor
1 Switchcraft mono input jack
1 Original CRL 5-way USA Switch (Considered by most guitarists and guitar builders as the 1st choice for a Strats and Teles)
Cloth-covered, Gavitt vintage-style wire
Does NOT include the control plate
Position #1 Neck pickup (Front Position)
Position #2 Neck + Bridge in Parallel
Position #3 Bridge pickup
Position #4 Neck + Bridge in Parallel Half Out of Phase
Position #5 Neck pickup with 10% less low end than position #1