1. Breathtaking Natural Wonders: Iceland features an incredibly diverse landscape of volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, waterfalls, hot springs, rugged coastline, and lava fields. Its untouched wilderness and beautiful scenery provide endless opportunities for outdoor adventure, sightseeing, and exploration.
2. Fascinating Culture and History: Iceland is a nation that has been inhabited for centuries and is known for its rich culture and heritage. Visitors can explore historical sites, old fishing villages, and learn about the country’s traditional way of life.
3. Unique Cuisine: Icelandic cuisine is a combination of traditional and modern dishes, but traditional ingredients are still favorites among locals. Popular items to try include fermented shark, sheep’s head, and Icelandic bread.
4. Nightlife and Music: Reykjavik is well known as Iceland’s nightlife capital and offers a diverse range of bars, clubs, and live music venues, as well as plenty of theater, cinema and art galleries.
5. Affordable and Accessible: While many people consider Iceland to be an expensive country to visit, it can be surprisingly affordable with careful planning. Prices for accommodations, food, and activities vary greatly, and there are plenty of great budget-friendly options.
1. Gather the necessary supplies: a soldering iron, solder, wire strippers and a pot (potentiometer) with suitable ratings.
2. Use the wire strippers to cut two pieces of wire that are long enough to reach your guitar's pickups and a jack, if necessary. Place these aside for later.
3. Remove the volume knob from your guitar, then loosen the "nut" on the back of the volume pot to remove it from the guitar.
4. On the volume pot, locate the terminals labelled "high", "low" and "ground". Solder one of the wires from Step 2 to the "low" terminal and the other to the "high" terminal.
5. Join the ground terminal to a ground wire running from the pickups and/or a jack.
6. Reattach the volume pot to the guitar, and replace the volume knob.
7. Test your new guitar volume control by adjusting the knob while plugged in to an amp or PA system.