After watching the Liberator video pt. 3 and looking the below wiring diagram that suits to my guitar:
Frank said there is the 4th redundant Ground that can be used for Tremolo cavity ground. From the schematic, I saw there are plenty of "GND" on the potentiometer as well.
Does this "GND" function the same as that redundant Ground ?. The grounding here means removing the guitar noise, like silencing it, am I right ?.
There are some pictures on the web showing their guitar's cavity being sprayed/ covered with copper foils to have a much more silent guitar. Some even solder a shielded wire to the guitar's back panel which has been covered with copper/aluminium foil tape to achieve a much more quiet guitar. So can I use this "GND" for silencing purposes ?.
Sorry if I had a misunderstanding or a total wrong concept here. I'm just curious. Hope some of you could share your thoughts.
So back to the wiring diagram:
"Solder all Green and Bare wires together and insulate."
This means these wires goes nowhere, just do as instructed, maybe then roll and leave it in the cavity ?.
Thanks in advance...