The track can only sound as good as the source, right?
Perhaps there is value in wiring an electric guitar with a bit of attention to detail, as follows:
1) All cavities coated with Electrodag shielding paint
2) Custom-taper pots from CTS that feature a really robust construction and a THICK conductive track
3) Low-pass filter caps specifically spec'd for the guitar, made by Hoveland
4) 12 gauge solid copper ground link prevents any loose pot from spinning and breaking connections .
Simple stuff that helps to make a better tool for the rest of the recording chain to capture.
Pictured...a typical TCM Carolina control cavity.