#1
...besides a wiring harness (pots, jack and switch soldered together) and pickups. thanks in advance.
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#4
You need a bridge ground. On the SG it should be pretty easy since you can just take a drill and drill into the tom bridge post (without the bridge post in it of course!) and throw a stripped wire in there.
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#5
Quote by sesstreets
You need a bridge ground. On the SG it should be pretty easy since you can just take a drill and drill into the tom bridge post (without the bridge post in it of course!) and throw a stripped wire in there.

Almost all guitars already have the bridge grounded.
#6
^Not if actives are the stock pickups.
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