Blender Pot

5.00 out of 5 based on 14 customer ratings
(14 customer reviews)

$12.00

The Fralin Blender Pot gives you the ability to blend your Neck and Bridge Pickups, as well as getting all 3 on single-coil guitars. This is a great product for those who love to “tinker” with wiring, like Lindy!

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Infinite Possibilities.

One of our favorite and most powerful mods, the Fralin Blender Pot is an easy way to blend your Neck and Bridge pickups to achieve new tones. Achieve Telecaster tones on a Fender Strat by blending the Neck and Bridge together. Blend all 3 pickups together by choosing either position 2 or 4 and playing with the pot. It installs easily by replacing your tone pot 2 (closest to output jack). See below for a simple install:

 


Lindy Fralin Blender Pot Installation

Installation Note: The Blender pot’s wires must be installed into the same terminals as the pickups, otherwise, this modification will not work correctly.


 

With this mod, you can Coil-Tap Humbuckers, Blend 2-Pickup Guitars, and forget 2 Volume Knob wiring.

Follow the instructions here to wire it up in a Standard Fender Stratocaster, utilizing a Master Tone.

The Blender pot includes the following hardware for mounting: Hex Nut and Lock Nut.

 

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Randolph Jackson (verified owner)

    Lindy Fralin is as good as it gets!!!!
    Professional and consistent with an incredible team.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gerald Smith (verified owner)

    Blender pot.
    Since installing the blender pot circuit in my American Stratocaster it has become my go-to instrument. I absolutely love it. Always had a great neck and was very playable, it just sounded like crap. Not to mix reviews but, I also dropped a pair of your P90’s into my Gibson Melodymaker and boy do I love the sound of those pickups. I had tried several other top-rated pickups and these blow them all away. The third time was the charm.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Robert Griffiths (verified owner)

    Works great! What can I say? Works great. Someone needs to make a ‘reverse’ version. Then the blend would be off on ‘1’. (I made one; it works great too.)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Hogan (verified owner)

    Blender pot
    Works great. Adds a lot to tonal possibilities. Received very fast, all around great experience

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bob Martin (verified owner)

    Works great!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mark Flemmer

    I agree with the other review that states all 3-pickup guitars should come stock with this. I have it on my Stratocaster, and can’t imagine owning a Strat without it. Myriad tonal variations are possible—a must have mod if you want to maximize your Strat’s tonal possibilities!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michael Mason (verified owner)

    Wow.

    I really didn’t know what to expect when I purchased this. It was recommended to me and since I didn’t really need a second tone knob, I thought that it wouldn’t hurt to try it out. Whatever my expectations were, this beat all of them. The different range of tones and the ability to switch between what pickup(s) you are using is incredible. I would highly recommend one to anyone who is on the fence or anyone who is looking to broaden their guitar’s range.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jamey Stevens

    Hi Lindy, I’m currently having a partscaster put together and I believe Garret Park Guitars In Annapolis is using your blender pot. I’m not exactly sure how to achieve what I’m going for but we thought we’d give your pot a shot. I’m basically doing the Brian May thing with Trisonics and want to primarily run my guitar in series on the Bridge and middle pickups as well as the neck and middle. Neck and Bridge is the final setting I’ll be using. This guitar is to be used only for Series sounds. Another guitar is for parallel sounds. Will the blender work for me?

  9. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Raine

    I’m a total newb with regard to pickups, but I’m trying to learn more. Can this blender be used to blend between a humbucker (bridge) and single-coil (P90) neck? Does it matter which pickups it blends between?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michael Murphy (verified owner)

    Useful option! Blends the bridge and neck pickups together. Different characteristics depending on which pickup you are on. So far, I mainly use this to smooth out the bridge pickup when not using a lot of gain. I like the neck so much that I rarely blend that one. And blending it when there is no OD helps give the High Output bridge some richness.

  11. 5 out of 5

    David Chamberlin (verified owner)

    Blender is the way to go! All 3 pickup guitars should come stock with these things! I put it in 2 of my strats and love it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Michael Hart (verified owner)

    Great tool for any guitar. Never cared for the bridge pick-up in a strat, this blender pot was ideal so that I could have the neck pick-up on and not worry about hitting the switch back to the bridge

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bob Emmerling (verified owner)

    Blender Pots A Plenty
    Ok I’ll admit it-I’m a blender pot junkie. Since installing one of these in a strat a few years ago I’ve become hooked on how versatile they make any guitar. I have them in almost all of my electrics and have found that Lindy’s pot is the most reliable and I use it almost exclusively.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Scott Dale (verified owner)

    I love this blender idea and it works great. I often play a strat but when I need a tele tone it is right there with this setup. Or if I just want to tame a little brightness on my bridge PUP I dial in a little neck. Same thing if I want to shine up the neck I roll in a little bridge. IMO there is not a more useful mod you can make to a strat at any price and this is just $10 with no other compromise. Easy to wire up yourself if you have some amatuer soldering skills.

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