#2
First time I've ever said this here in GBC.

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build 1, finished 1/15/11

Every time I try to pick it up like falling sand,
As fast as I pick it up,
it runs away through my clutching hands.
There's nothing else I can really do...
#4
build 1, finished 1/15/11

Every time I try to pick it up like falling sand,
As fast as I pick it up,
it runs away through my clutching hands.
There's nothing else I can really do...
#5
seymour duncan's website has a video under support.

google is your friend, but that's not meant as a criticism. it honestly does take time to get sued to using it for guitar stuff.
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sir, i would like to inform you that you are now my favorite UGer. Not only did you use the word y'all, which is native to my homeland, but you correctly punctuated it using the apostrophe.



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#8
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yeah, but i like the "human" interaction of ug


Most of the people that posted this sort of thing earlier or elsewhere were also humans.

At least 9 out of 10 I'd say.
#9
Ok. You need a soldering iron and some soldering lead which is about 60/40 rosin core. Need pickups obviously and a screwdriver.
1. Take off strings and unscrew pickguard.
2. remove pickguard
3. desolder all things that the pickup wires are connected to.
4. unscrew the pickups and insert new ones.
5. follow wiring instructions that come with the pickups or find them online on seymour duncan's website or something like that.
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