#1
hey UG! i think i snapped a wire in my les paul near the switch. i think it jst needs a soldering. how do u guys think it will cost to fix at a shop??
Thx
#2
don't go to a shop. that's far too unnessecary(sp?). learn a new trade and buy a soldering iron ($15USD), and a spool of solder. it'll help you out in the long run.
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#3
Probably 30 to 50 bucks, no one does easy jobs for cheap.
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#5
Watch this then fix the wire yourself. Soldering is a valuable skill that's easy to acquire.
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#6
i know the soldering isnt hard, but i really dnt want to screw up my guitar. plus im im not really 100% sure if a solder wil fix it.
thx for recommedations tho
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i know the soldering isnt hard, but i really dnt want to screw up my guitar. plus im im not really 100% sure if a solder wil fix it.
thx for recommedations tho


If the wired snapped in the middle or something rather than at the terminal, just twist both pieces of wire together then solder it to make it good, wrap some elctrical tape and bam.
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