#1
Allright so im practicing my everyday exercices and then the sound starts failing, and I found out that when i switch to the bridge pick up its all good, do you guys wat could be causing my neck pick up's problems?

PS: I have a MH-1000
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#2
I had that exact problem on an old Jackson I used to use, same with my mums bf's Epiphone, I think it's just the parts wearing out, like the switch. Just re do the electronics and you should be fine.
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#3
so i gotta take it to the shop, its weird, cause i just bought the guitar, but the probs i live in the middle east, i bought it in houston, a bit far
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#4
check the battery, active pick ups fail when there's no power like, NEW BATTERY.
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#5
If you know how to solder, and you got something like a radio shack near by, you should be able to redo it yourself, it's really simple, and if you go to the ultimate wiring thread, somebody will be able to direct you to/do up a diagram.

You can also order all the electronics off the internet, it'll be worth it in the long run if you upgrade to nice CTS pots and decent switches.

(It's not the pickups, just the electronics)
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Last edited by Jesstaa at Sep 7, 2009,