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"Volume-Volume-Tone" / Three push-on knobs

Choose your custom tone control below... priced from $109 - $159

Bass Duo Six Long

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Simply the best drop-in replacement for your ineffective & dull tone pot. Invisibly installs in minutes using your original knobs, without any modification to the instrument. Precisely cut treble while retaining midrange resonance and rich harmonics. The DUO SIX model is perfect for use with two volume knobs.

Optimize your tone before your output passes through pedalboards, direct boxes, amplifiers, or microphones. Recordings are vastly improved, and live performance tones are perfected.

100% passive analog circuitry increases the output and clarity of any guitar or bass with passive pickups. No batteries - Zero noise!  Powerful and precise control of treble & mid frequencies is provided at last... and the tone pot's weak, muddy sound is completely eliminated!  Hand-made in the U.S.A.

Model B-D6-L    List $198.75    Street / Retail: $159

Bass Ten Long

ToneStyler - Bass Ten Long -

A BASS DUO SIX is required when retaining the traditional three-knob "volume-volume-tone" control plan. A popular alternative is to convert the dual volume controls to a master volume plus a mono blend pot. This circuit change allows an upgrade with a BASS SIX or TEN, and reduced component costs. However, tech time is increased when installing a blend pot, which may reduce your savings in parts.

Model B-10-L    List $167.50    Street / Retail: $134

Bass Six Long

ToneStyler - Bass Six Long -

After converting your dual volumes to a master + blend, choose the Bass SIX for casual and stage use; choose the Bass TEN for its extended EQ range and increased fine-tuning, valuable for studio use.

Model B-6-L    List $136.25    Street / Retail: $109

Diagrams

Click here to download Stellartone's standard & custom wiring diagrams for Gibson's Thunderbird, SG, & EB basses, and similar basses featuring two pickups, two volume knobs, and one "master" tone knob. These diagrams show installations in a Fender J-Bass, which shares the same wiring as all similar three-knob basses.