Our Phase Inverter push/pull control allows convenient access to the out-phase-tone, and includes a hidden set-and-forget potentiometer that also allows you to preset a “Peter Green” blended sound even with only one volume wiring
For years, the sound of 2 pickups out of phase has been a staple tone for certain players, such as Peter Green and Jimmy Page, but it’s a very distinctive sound. For this reason, many players want it available on a switch so they can go back to normal. In addition, the out-of-phase sound is so sensitive to the pickup levels and balance, that we’ve included a trim pot for the phase inverted pickup that is capable of lowering the volume or raising it above unity gain so that you can preset the exact sound.
There are also players who want to combine different brands of pickups that are naturally out of phase without the wiring capabilities to reverse them, but the player wishes they were in phase. This can be used to correct that, and allow the pickups to be blended in phase.
- Adjustable phase inverter for low impedance pickups.
- Conveniently mounted to a push-pull pot for easy on/off.
- Usable on any and all Fluence products
In the bag:
- Phase Inverter Push-Pull Pot (18-tooth knurled shaft, 3/8" bushing)
- Installation Guide
Check your existing pot shafts and knobs before you order!
Most press-on knobs are made to fit a coarse 18-tooth knurled shaft potentiometer. Some Gibson-style knobs are available in both coarse 18-spline and fine 24-spline. If you currently have 24-spline knobs you may need replacement knobs designed for 18-spline shafts. For many screw-tightening knobs, the 6mm solid (plain) shaft is the correct option. For more information on what kind of potentiometer shaft you have, visit https://blog.philadelphialuthiertools.com/2013/05/16/choosing-the-correct-knob-for-your-guitar-or-bass/