#1
JC. I'm, wiring EMG's at the moment, and i have to thread the wires from the jack to the cavity. First of all, the cavity is really far away, as it's a rhoads. second, the tunnel is really thin. I'm having trouble threading it through. any tips? BTW, gotta get 3 wires through rofl. It's almost impossible.
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#2
1. pull all wires out to the cavity.
2. tie a little weight to a string ( pretty heavy string)
3. electrical tape all of those wires to the string
4. drop the weight through the hole and hold the guitar so it falls out the jack end
5. proceed to pull the wires through

This is how I'd do it.
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#3
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1. pull all wires out to the cavity.
2. tie a little weight to a string ( pretty heavy string)
3. electrical tape all of those wires to the string
4. drop the weight through the hole and hold the guitar so it falls out the jack end
5. proceed to pull the wires through

This is how I'd do it.

I dont think any type of weight can fit through that tunnel. LOL XD. Time to go look for one. I'm just thinking of taking the guitar to a tech. I'm kinda sick of this..
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#4
Possible solutions:

Make the hole bigger

Make the cables thinner

If you absolutely must put something big in a small hole, there's only one solution... LUBE.
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#5
Try doing it with a coat hanger, just jam it through the hole, then attach the wires to it, then pull them through. Just like putting a hoodie string back through it's tube.
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#6
made me laugh with the lube. I could lube it, but then again, the wood will soak it up, and that's no good. I'll try it with the coat hanger. Gonna maybe go to home depot and buy me some 20 20 gauge cables, so the soldered extension areas don't block up the hole.
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Jackson DX6 w/ SD Distortion & Dimarzio Super Distortion
Fender Starcaster Sunburst
Mesa/Boogie DC-3
Johnson JT50 Mirage
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Morley Bad Horsie 2
Boss CE-5

ISP Decimator
Boss DD-6
Korg Pitchblack
#7
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made me laugh with the lube.
Then my work here is done.
*takes a bow*
*leaves*

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#8
make the hole bigger.

use some fishing line or something similar to pull the wires through.


it's not really that complicated to come up with a variety of different solutions.
#9
In the future, it would be easier to use the old pickup wiring to thread a string through prior to complete removal.
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