The Fralin Blender Pot gives you the ability to blend your Neck and Bridge Pickups, as well as get all 3 on single-coil guitars. This is a great product for those who love to “tinker” with wiring, like Lindy!
The Blender Pot only works on Strat and Tele installations. It features a 1/4″ bushing, suitable for pickguard and control plate installations only. For Archtop / Les Paul installations, check out our Push-Pull Blender Pot.
Available! Estimated Lead Time: 2-3 Days
Blender Pot INFO:
Want to learn more about our Blender Pot? Here's all the information you'll need:
Blender Pot FEATURES:
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).
The Blender pot includes the following hardware for mounting: Hex Nut and Lock Nut.
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.
*Value doesn't matter when installed as a Blender Pot | **Turning Blender Pot Down rolls in opposite pickup
Blender Pot Questions And Answers:
Have a question about our Blender Pot? Ask it here. Your Question will be publically visible. If you want to ask a Private Question, please contact us through our Contact Us Form.
If you have multiple questions, please call us at (804) 358-2699.
Hello, I have some tapped Stratocaster pickups. They have two separate lead wires to different wind amounts. Can I use to blender between the two leads and then have a master wire go back to the switch? I hope I worded it in a way that you understand.
Q Hello, I have some tapped Stratocaster pickups. They have two separate lead wires to different wi...... Read moreA
Hey Grant, sorry for the late response - that's a great question - I can't guarantee that the Blender Pot will do what you want as we've never tried using it this way, but I think it could do what you're looking for! Give it a try and let us know. - Tyler
Is there a detent in the middle? I want a blend pot without a detent. If it has one, could I remove the detent?
Q Is there a detent in the middle? I want a blend pot without a detent. If it has one, could I remo...... Read moreA
Hey Don, what you're referring to is a "Pan Pot", which has a center detent. This is completely different and has no detent. - Tyler
Is this considered a "no-load" pot? In other words, when it is set for 0 blend is it a completely open circuit and not just the maximum resistance of the pot?
Q Is this considered a "no-load" pot? In other words, when it is set for 0 blend is it a completely...... Read moreA
Hey Larry, yes, that's correct - the Blender Pot is a No-Load pot. - Tyler
Can I use the tone blender on my fender Eric Johnson thin line strat.
Q Can I use the tone blender on my fender Eric Johnson thin line strat.A
Hey Bernard, sorry for the late response - yes, of course you can. - Tyler
I installed a blender pot on my strat according to your wiring diagram, with one difference: i grounded it. Now i have a signal, but it is very very quiet. Could that be because I grounded the back of the blender pot?
Note:Asking a question here will be public to all users of this site
Hey!Did you already ask a question on our Contact Us Form? Don't ask it again here. Please be patient while we get back to you.
Reviews we worked hard for, and are proud of.