Guitar Wiring Upgrade Kit - Mod® Electronics, Short Bushing Potentiometer Les Paul

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Guitar Wiring Upgrade Kit - Mod® Electronics, Short Bushing Potentiometer Les Paul

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The K-GMOD-3S is a vintage style wiring kit for Les Paul guitars. This version comes with short bushing pots for flat top Les Paul’s. Use this kit to upgrade your current Les Paul electronics to high quality parts. This kit also includes a treble bleed mod for the volume pots to enhance clarity with lower settings and comes with detailed instructions and all the parts you need to make your modification.

See K-GMOD-5 for the toggle switch and output jack upgrades.

Includes:

  • 4 × CTS 500KA split shaft potentiometers (3/8” bushing length)
  • Mod Oil tone caps, .022 μF
  • Volume control (treble bleed) mod
  • Wiring diagram and instructions
    Upgrade Kit SKU
    3 Position Telecaster Wiring Kit K-GMOD-1
    5 Position Stratocaster Wiring Kit K-GMOD-2
    Long Bushing Potentiometer Les Paul Wiring Kit K-GMOD-3L
    Short Bushing Potentiometer Les Paul Wiring Kit K-GMOD-3S
    3 Position PRS Style Wiring Kit K-GMOD-4
    Les Paul Toggle Switch and Jack Wiring Kit K-GMOD-5
    ES-335 Standard Wiring Kit K-GMOD-6
    SG Standard Wiring Kit K-GMOD-7
    SKU:
    K-GMOD-3S
    Item ID:
    044526
    UPC/EAN:
    609722153294
    Brand:
    Mod
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    Packaging Information
    Packaging Dimensions1 in. × 1 in. × 1 in.
    Weight (Packaging)0.177 lbs.
    PDF: InstructionsAll Models

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    Asked by Anonymous on October 29th, 2020.
    BradWbr
    October 30th, 2020
    Staff Member
    They would functionally work, but the taper of the controls may be less than ideal.

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