Pre-Wired harness common questions!

Pre-Wired harness common questions!

I've been proudly making, developing and installing my pre-wired guitar harnesses since the beginning of the Home of Tone back in 2015 (time flies when you're having fun right!). Although I feel I do my best in covering as much information as possible already across the various product listings, fitting guides and wiring diagrams and more, I thought it might be helpful to put together this article answering some of the common questions my customers ask either prior to ordering or prior/during installing in your guitar. I'm going to delve into a variety of questions for a range of the harnesses, but I'll try to do so in a clear way to help you find the info you are looking for!

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McNelly x Home of Tone harness offer!

Have you been thinking of fitting a set of McNelly Pickups to your guitar, but tempted to change the harness at the same time whilst the soldering iron was on? Well to help a little, I'm now offering 10% off all Home of Tone pre-wired harnesses if purchased alongside any McNelly Pickup model!

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Project - My wife's new Archtop...which I promptly take apart because I can't help myself

This is a guitar that really didn't need to become a project, so this blog article is part self help, part project thread! I'll get to why in a moment, but let's start with a little backstory. My wife has really wanted an archtop for some time, she's a fan of artists like Lianne La Havas & The Staves who often use ES-175D or ES-335s (latter being a semi hollow but let's not split hairs too much!), so hearing the sounds they achieve and of course the achingly cool looks, was something she wasn't achieving with her prior strat. I was conscious that we didn't have a lot of money to play with, and the prospect of a bad archtop wasn't filling me with much desire. So instead I suggested we look at Eastman Guitars, which although a stretch of the budget, meaning a bit more saving and hard work would be needed to justify it, the quality of guitar at the end of it would be certainly worth it. We'd browsed the website and UK stockists such as Peach Guitars and GAK who both carry a wide selection, and so far so good, I liked the specs and build standard, Emma loved how they looked and sounded in the videos.

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A beautiful hand made non-reverse Firebird... FOR FREE?!

A beautiful hand made non-reverse Firebird... FOR FREE?!

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