Same thing happened to me, when I switched pickups, the tone would drop. If that stuff doesn't work, try resoldering the connections or buying a new 5 way switch.mandocaster said:Time to troubleshoot.
Sounds like a connection problem. Start by trying a different cord. If that doesn't work, try examining the jack on the guitar. Then try switching amps.
One of those three exercises will reveal a difference.
Stratocaster said:Well kinda odd.
I went to do what Mando said, and I turned on the guitar, hit a chord, and it started working good again. Out of nowhere! I don't know if it was just a glitch or something but its back to normal again! Thanks for the replies.
mandocaster said:I betcha you have a cold solder joint inside the guitar somewhere...intermittent trouble is a main characteristic of this problem, along with thin sound. I got a brand new Gibson LP DC that needed to be completely resoldered!
Well yea in that case I'm going to be taking to the guitar tech on the weekend for a look at it. Thanks!nine said:Yep. I think you're right.