Epiphone ES-335 – Wiring Loom Replacement – Guitar Review and Upgrade Series – Part 4

This week we get tangled up in some serious guitar modifications as we attempt to replace the wiring in our Epiphone 335. Join us to witness the setbacks and frustration, a little swearing, and the ultimate joy as we finally complete the ‘operation’ and hear the results.

Part One in this series:
Part Two in this series:
Part Three in the series:

If you don’t like any of the talking or the playing bits in this video we’ve made it easy for you to skip along to the next chapter in case something more interesting is happening…

0:00 play in & coming up
1:04 what’s happening today
3:20 about the new wiring
5:02 here we go then…
8:45 removing the old wiring
13:16 a frustrating setback
15:20 an epiphany
18:00 installing the new wiring
19:25 don’t do what I just did
20:15 my advice to you at this point
20:45 in we go!
23:50 don’t do what I just did (2)
24:00 losing my patience
24:42 at last it’s in!
28:17 what does it sound like
29:37 what’s the difference
31:50 the result of these modifications
33:50 what’s next then
35:45 what have we learnt
38:04 play out jam part 1 (clean)
40:45 play out jam part 2 (dirty)

Signal Chain Info:
Amp: Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III with Celestion Creamback via AKG C414 & SM57
Drives (when on): Klon KTR / RAT

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