Les Paul '50s Style Pre-Wired Harness | Luxe Radio Reproduction Bumble Bee Capacitors

LHGS Custom

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Here's an absolutely fantastic upgrade to your Les Paul or LP Style guitar.  It comes completely wired and ready to install with just a few easy connections.  

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With so many different options out there, I wanted the ability to offer many of those options in one place.  

Potentiometers - CTS Matched Sets, Spec'd to 550 kΩ with a 9% Tolerance, 20% Audio Taper, and option of Long (3/4") or Short (3/8") Shafts.

Capacitors - Luxe Radio capacitors arguably makes the best reproduction Bumblebees on the market today.  Extremely authentic and vintage look and, more importantly, sound.  Choose from .015µF and .022µF capacitance values.

Toggle Switch (Optional) - Switchcraft toggles are arguably the best toggle switches available and I offer them exclusively.  Choose from a Long (Standard) or Short Frame versions with Black, White, Cream (Ivory), or Amber colored tips.  Long (Standard) Frame Toggle comes with a Deep Thread Fine Knurl Nut to ensure proper fitment.

Jack (included with Toggle Purchase) - Switchcraft's #11 Mono Jack has been the Gold Standard in instrument jacks for decades and that doesn't seem to be changing any time soon.  Heat shrink tubing is also included to prevent the braided outer shield of the toggle output from coming in contact with any "hot" signal connections.

Compatibility Cheat Sheet:

Epiphone or other Import - Short Pots and Short Toggle

Gibson (General Rule) - Long Pots and Long Toggle

Gibson Historic Models - Most often take Short Shaft Pots and Long Toggles

Gibson Studio, Tribute, and Faded Models - Most often take Long Shaft Pots and Short Toggles

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