#1
I'm making my second guitar and had problems with the first with drill bits snapping. I'm making a solid body with a cavity on the back so rather than try and drill a long hole from the neck pickup to the cavity, is it ok to drill from the neck pickup cavity to the bridge and run the neck pickup wire under the bridge pickup and then run both wires through one hole to the pot cavity?
#2
if you've got the room, i don't see why not......
Main Gear List:
Guitars:
Jackson RR7
Agile AL-3100 Double Bound
1977 Fender Jazz Bass
Amp:
Blackstar HT-5
peavey bass amp
Effects:
EHX Metal Muff
Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah
Danelectro 7-band EQ
#3
that's how some line-production guitars are made, a lot of Epis are made like that, and mine works perfect so go for it.
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#4
a couple of my guitars are wired this way from the factory.
Shouldn't be a problem....
•1976 Gibson Les Paul Custom, PRS Mark Holcomb Ltd Run, 2004 Les Paul Classic, Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Stndrd

•Orange Rockerverb 50 MKII
•PRS Archon
•Kemper Amp Profiler
#5
Thanks guys. Woodworks more my forte, not electrics so wasn't sure whether the wiring from one pickup running past the other pickuk might affect it.