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           Basic Installation

To exchange a tone pot with a ToneStyler:
  • Basic ToneStyler wiring diagram
  • Basic ToneStyler Installation and Wiring Page

    If you are unfamiliar with guitar wiring, please download your diagram here:

  • Guitar Wiring Links 

    Techs and Luthiers / Wiring Diagrams

    For more experienced customers, guitar techs and luthiers, there are many economical and creative ways to further improve the flexibility & performance of your guitar.  Over four dozen custom wiring plans are offered in the column of links on the left side of this page, under the heading "Techs and Luthiers / Wiring Diagrams".

    Using Adobe Acrobat™, these standard PDF files will display on screen, and will print on letter-sized paper, in either black & white or color, depending upon the date of the diagram.

    These wiring diagrams are designed in an easy-to-follow pictorial style; no formal training is needed to perform these control upgrades. Just locate the diagram which most closely matches your guitar, control layout and operating preferences. All upgrade suggestions are 100% reversible. None require any modification to the guitar; just minor wiring changes, and/or swapping controls with popular alternate parts, such as push-pull volume controls.

    These various control modifications should be performed only by a person with soldering experience, and with the right tools. If you have never soldered, or are a beginner, your beautiful guitar is not the best place to learn! The possibility of causing new problems is real; you don't want to end up with a silent or buzzing guitar. So, before you start, ask for help from a qualified friend, and watch how it's done. Or, take your guitar to a tech, and help the local economy.

    To maintain resale value, Stellartone strongly advises against "creative" customizations that involve drilling new holes for micro toggles or extra pots in any guitar, or disturbing factory solder joints in original-condition guitars built before 1966.

    Note: Some models by Carvin®, Epiphone®, Ibanez®, PRS SE®, Schecter® and Squier® may be fitted with metric size pots which mount through an 8mm hole. If you are upgrading one of these metric guitars with a ToneStyler, click here for installation information.




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