If you start mixing pots with pickups, you can do some interesting stuff. the 250K pots are typically used with single coils, and give it that brighter tone, whereas humbuckers are typically wired to 500K pots, making it a little beefier. If you want complete sonic destruction, you can get 1M ohm pots which dont dump any of the signal to ground. I have my SG wired up with Seymour Duncan distortion pickups, and 1M ohm pots. Its basically a wall of loud. For my buddy who's also the primary guitarist, he has a Washburn that I wired up with duncan distortions, and 250K ohm pots. Its warm and crunchy. When he winds it out, it tears through walls.
As far as the video goes, good stuff!
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