Late 90s Joe Perry sig Les Paul with the onboard wah tone circuit.
If you have a diagram or other info on the bass cut circuit it would be appreciated.Probably the coolest (imho) but most functional I can think of is a Les Paul that belongs to a friend of mine. He has a master volume and tone where the neck volume and tone were. Where the other volume and tone originally were are now a rotary switch to select the voice of the Fluence Classic humbuckers and an EMG Afterburner boost. What makes it cool to me is it looks completely stock (other than the fact that it has Fishman pickups), but once you start turning knobs you see how far it really is from a stock LP.
On a slightly simpler note, my last Les Paul had a master volume and tone and bass cut (like the Reverend BCC or G&L PTB), the 3 way switch moved to where the bridge volume originally was, and a kill switch where the 3 way originally was so I could still make it stutter without separate pickup volumes. Nothing excessive or crazy, but very functional, and adding the bass cut is something you don't see many people doing to Les Pauls.
And my Strat has a master volume and tone with a 4 way switch. Again, nothing all that special, but not very common. It gives me each pickup by itself (3 single coils), and the bridge and neck together kinda like the middle position of a Tele.
This will give you a general idea of how it's wiredIf you have a diagram or other info on the bass cut circuit it would be appreciated.
Reverend puts that on all their guitars. I'm sure there are schematics.
Yeah Reverend uses a PCB I believe and my other rabbit hole searches were less than helpful.This will give you a general idea of how it's wired