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Boost Switch Question.

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Mister D

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I recently picked up a 2014 120th anniversary Lester. The controls are not standard. Where the treble tone knob should be, there is a mini toggle that is a boost switch. Front pickup tone is a master tone for both pickups. Kinda cool feature. My question is before I open her up, does the boost switch have a trim pot that adjust the amount of boost? Right now it seems to be about 15 db of boost. I would like to back that off a bit if I could . Thank you for the knowledge.
 

gmann

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Open it up and look! Post a good pic of that guitar!
 

metropolis

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Sep 14, 2018
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Yes, there should be a trimpot on the circuit board in the cavity. It's small and plastic (white on the one I had).
 
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