It's an old dilemma if you want to block single coil and humbucker pickups in one instrument. If you take 250k ohm pots, the humbucker sound too dull, you take 500k ohm pots, the single coil pickups sound too shrill. For me, the best method is the dual stack HS (developed by George Blanda)! Instead of compromise, you have everything twice with the dual stack. 2 staggered volume pots each with 250 / 500k, as well as the same with the tone pot. The Clue is here, now you can use the right Tone Caps. 0.022uF for single coils and 0.5pF for humbuckers! Today I got a Fender HS Tele, where this is installed as standard. Also very popular with JP basses (Jazz Bass & Precission pickups).

51 HS Tele LTD

Teambuilt

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03/27/19 # R96045

2-piece leight weight selected alder 51 Style

1piece (Nitro) No finish on back/dark Tint 5/4 QTR Sawn

9mm Round Lam Dark Rosewood AAA - 7,25 -9.50“ Compound

10/56 V - 1st Fret: 940 - 12th Fret: 970

21x 6105 Sanko

Nocaster W/O P/U Gatton Relic

Vintage Nickel Relic

50‘s Tele 7th Harm HB BLK Relic

SD Seth Lover 4C Neck & HW Crushed Blackguard Tele Bridge

Dual Stack HS (George Blanda) Vol & Tone
aged Nocaster Blond (Relic Flash Coat Lacquer)

FCS Tweed

3,15kg

4.490,- Euros in stock!