Simply more freedom at your fingertips

By using certain methods of construction as well as specific materials, Teye builds his guitars as practically broadband instruments. Then, with his highly original and unique on-board passive electronics, you can shape the sound to your needs. No pre-amps, no batteries, all passive and analog.


Learn your Teye (the University)

Few guitarists today use the controls on their guitar. Instead, they rely on pedals to get their sounds. Agreed, 99% of guitar controls aren’t that great. But using the 1930’s hifi lessons he learned from his father, Teye makes his controls   …revolutionary great! And you should learn to work them, so that you can tap into this vast sonic potential. You can watch some demos HERE.

— Volume controls

Teye has applied his father’s lessons in old hifi-knowledge to his volume controls, fine-tuning the technology for the electric guitar. When you turn your volume down, instead of a listless sound common to 99% of electric guitar volume knobs, you dial thru all these incredibly musical stages of gain. Has to be heard to be believed.

One customer claimed that he heard shades of Humbuckers, Mini-humbuckers, P-90s, Fenders, just by using the volume knobs and his picking style.

— Tone control

GPM calls it ‘a boldly voiced and very usable Tone control’. Teye’s Tone knob does not simply pull a blanket over your sound; it re-positions the frequency peak. You will actually use this Tone control, to tame highs, to play with a cocked-wah sound, or to …imitate a Fuzz-Face pedal…

— Teye’s NEW ‘Venom’-control

Sometimes it is good to question EVERYTHING! Mood was great; MOJO was better, Juju even more usable, they were all useless when a customer and friend from Arizona asked me to design a filter specifically for his vintage Gretsch guitar. Which had filtertron humbuckers and no coil split. So any of my old tricks would not work. I was forced back to the drawing-board, and came up with a new approach. When I installed it in one of my own guitars, it was:

  1. smaller;
  2. easier to make than the cumbersome JuJu,
  3. and best of all, it sounded EVEN BETTER!

I’ve been installing it in many guitars, it will even fit inside Gibsons Fenders and their derivatives…

And the best part: it is all still totally analog, all totally passive, no pre-amps, no batteries, no tricks…

— (Mood knob v.1)

The fore-runner to Teye’s MOJO control. Still a very useful control found on all A-Series guitars.

For Teye’s switch positions, see below.

— (Teye’s new Ju-Ju Command knob)

The version-three of Teye’s (in)famous filtering circuit: read/hear/watch all about it HERE

Listen and Watch:

click HERE to go to the demo and example page

Sound sheet:

Some suggested starting points from Teye:


And to write down your own presets:



The old-way of switching his humbucking pick-ups:

2-Humbucker guitars:

  • Switch position 5 (up) – Neck pick-up
  • 4 – Neck and Bridge pickup out-of-phase (the ‘Peter Green’ sound)
  • 3 (middle) – Neck and Bridge pickups normal
  • 2 – Bridge pickup plus tapped Neck pickup
  • 1 (down) – Bridge pickup

3-Humbucker guitars:

  • Switch position 5 (up) – Neck pick-up
  • 4 – Neck and Bridge pickup out-of-phase (the ‘Peter Green’ sound)
  • 3 (middle) – Neck and Bridge pickups normal
  • 2 – Bridge plus Middle pickup
  • 1 (down) – Bridge pickup
  • position 2 with Bridge volume rolled to zero – Middle pickup alone
  • In between positions 2 and 3 – All three pickups

This is the old way in which the guitars from Nasville are wired.

The Ju-Ju Command

I wouldn’t be me if I still didn’t see something lacking/room for improvement