Pre-Wired Tele 4-Way Mod Guitar Wiring Harness
- Mojotone custom CTS 250k solid shaft potentiometers
- Oak Grigsby 4-way switch
- Switchcraft mono input jack
- Mojotone Vitamin T Oil Filled .047uf capacitor
- Pre-tinned cloth covered wire
- Volume mod (Treble Bleed)
2. Bridge & Neck in Parallel
4. Bridge & Neck in Series (Fat Humbucker Tone)
1. If your Tele neck pickup only has 2 wires and a cover, you will need to isolate and add a 3rd wire to the cover for the 4-way mod to work properly.
2. You may also need to lengthen the slot on your control plate for the switch to fully engage into the 1st and 4th position.
3. Guitars made overseas may require you to enlarge the holes for the larger US spec pots to fit. You will also need to change the metric knobs to inch sized 24-knurl push-on knobs and the switch tip.
Ratings & Reviews
really good tones
by Mike -
I used this on a project made-in-Indonesia Squier Bullet Telecaster.
This harness fits into the control plate without issues. The hole in the jack retaining clip is a bit too small for the Switchcraft jack so I used a Dremel tool with a small grinding tip to ream the retainer clip hole a bit larger. That worked. I needed to get knobs and a switch tip for Telecasters. I ended up getting a Rock Rabbit control plate which puts the volume and tone pots closer together. This was problematic as the Vitamin T cap is wired in a way that prevent them from getting squeezed together. Squeezing them caused it to not output sound. After re-soldering connections, I get sound but the neck pickup only position doesn't work, but the other 3 work. I put in a Seymour Duncan Jerry Donohue bridge pickup and an Alnico II Pro neck pickup. All wired together, I get really good tones.