#1
I'd like to extend the wire that grounds to the bridge in my guitar. I've got a power cord from an old alarm clock sitting around. Would that work or would it be the wring type of wire?
#2
I'm pretty sure that any type of conductive wiring with some insulation on it will work fine. So if your alarm clock wire is metal with plastic on the outside of it, you should be good!
#3
im confused.... U want to take off the ground wire on the bridge of the guitar and make it longer with wire from an alarm clock? I dont see what your trying to do
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#5
I just want to extend it so that I can work under the pickguard without desoldering it. As it is, I can't really get to the pots underneath.
#6
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I just want to extend it so that I can work under the pickguard without desoldering it. As it is, I can't really get to the pots underneath.


Ah-hah, I hate that problem.

I'd re-run the entire length, soldering two wire ends together is difficult and usually produces noise.

Just use any shielded, braided hook-up wire around 22 gauge.
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#7
I need an alarm clock that is compact and which has functional uses. Do you know any site that I can take a look at that has a range of clocks that I can choose from?
#8
Hi MasonMorales,

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