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INSTALLING TWANG KING BRIDGE, DUAL TONE IN NECK IN TELE. WOULD LIKE TO UUSE FENDER 5 WAY IN POSSIBLE. OR THE EXISTING 3 WAY.

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Wiring change from Fender


Standard J-Bass wiring is parallel. Not series.
http://www.mojotone.com/support/Schematics-for-Pickups-and-Guitars/Jazz-Bass-Wiring-Diagram

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The neck of my guitar is not straight but i alreadyadjusted the trusrod


Edgar,
How are you determining that the neck is not straight? If you are thinking the neck is not straight because the strings are at different heights along the neck, the problem may be neck tilt or saddle and/or bridge height. You can raise or lower the bridge system or string saddles to add or subtract string height along the neck. In addition, neck tilt (particularly easy to adjust on bolt-on necks) refers to the angle that the guitar neck exits the neck pocket on the guitar body. This also effects string height.
Conversly, if you see a distict bow or bend in the neck when you look down the top edge of the neck, the truss rod may indeed be involved. Generally, most players like a little bit of "relief" in the neck. That is to say, a little bit of a concave bow. I prefer a relatively straight neck with very little relief. Just preference.
However, you mentioned you already adjusted the truss rod. Make sure the truss rod is functional. If you loosen the bolt or hex on the truss rod and the concave bow on the neck gets more pronounced, it is likely that you truss rod is ok. If you make adjustments on the bolt and there is little or no change on the neck relief, it is possible that your truss rod is not functioning or is broken. It is very possible to break a truss rod by over tightening but it would take some real effort to do. Still, it is possible.
Check out those points and see if it helps.
Confirm truss rod is working.
Check bridge height and saddle height.
See if adjusting neck tilt is possible on your model guitar.
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I bought a used Fender FB55 banjo, it's appearance looks new. I'm new to banjo's but not guitars. I really didn't know how a banjo should sound. I practiced with it as is, I noticed that I...


Check the neck to body attachment. There may be a problem there, especially if it has been strained in the past. The fact that the strings were so high when you got this would indicate there MAY be a problem with the neck attachment or the body where it attaches. Word of caution: Investigate how repairs are done on the instrument before attempting a fix. Using wrong materials can permanently disable an instrument. Banjos DO go out of tune easily, depending on how they are played. Another thing to remember is that strings are within about 10% of breaking when in tune on stringed instruments.

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You wont need new tone caps and the wiring will not need to be replaced even if you are installing new pickups.

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