#1
I rewired an Ibanez rg and all the pickups are wired and I think I did a pretty damn good job but when I plug it in nothing works so I'm thinking its this make shift input jack wire I'm using so does anybody know where I can find another one to use? I don't have a donor guitar to take one from.
#2
Are you talking about the wire thats soldered to the jack on the inside? If so you can get rolls of it in practically any hardware shop
#3
yeah basically, the white and black wire or red and white that you solder to the actual jack itself
#5
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#6
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#7
thanks i knew there wasn't some special wire you used for guitars only but i didnt want to get something that wasnt cut or going to be too much.
#8
Quote by spiritofjosh
I rewired an Ibanez rg and all the pickups are wired and I think I did a pretty damn good job but when I plug it in nothing works so I'm thinking its this make shift input jack wire I'm using so does anybody know where I can find another one to use? I don't have a donor guitar to take one from.


And here I was looking for a good sig

Seriously, though, any shielded wire can be used on your jack. Doesn't have to be co-ax or anything particular. You can use non-shielded, but the run to the jack is usually shielded.
#9
Quote by Razbo
And here I was looking for a good sig



I agree it sounds ridiculous haha but when I soldered everything it was all solid and the wiring wasn't all spaghetti, it was in good order and it was the input wiring that was causing it to not work, I wired it today.