#1
Hey guys, um, ive been having some trouble with the pickup switching on my Les Paul studio. When i change between them, it will make these popping sounds, and then the pickups will not work at all. Any idea how to fix it?


Thanks
Gear:

Gibson Les Paul Vintage Mahogany

Epiphone Les Paul Goldtop with Seymour Duncan Alnico II's

Seagull 25th anniversary Mahogany Edition

Crate GT65

Digitech Metal Master

Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah
#2
I actually get the same problem. It's probably the metal contacts have stretched out a little bit and they are not getting good contact when you flip it up or down. Since I don't do gigs or anything it's really not an issue because I just flip the switch back and forth real fast several times in disgust. However you might consider replacing it yourself if you need it to not cut out on you. Pretty simple just soldering gun and new switch, should run about 10-15 bucks.
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#3
Buy some contact cleaner spray, it'll cost you about the price of a big mac.
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#4
ah man. maybe i shouldnt have bought that big mac today
Gear:

Gibson Les Paul Vintage Mahogany

Epiphone Les Paul Goldtop with Seymour Duncan Alnico II's

Seagull 25th anniversary Mahogany Edition

Crate GT65

Digitech Metal Master

Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah