#1
I got a honer les paul for free earlier in the year and i had to get the output jack replaced. but now the pickups are dropping in and out and when its distorted plugged in and not being played it gets this ridiculous feedback. i know it's not my amp because other guitar sounds fine. so is it fix able or should i get new pickups?

guitars like 30+ years old btw.

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#2
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guitars like 30+ years old btw.

That's reason enough to try an fix it right there.
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Holy crap, check this out!
#3
yeah but i don't know what needs fixed. i dont wanna spend 300 bucks for pickups and then have something else causing the feedback

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When in Rome do as the Romans. When in hell take shots at the bar.
#4


open the jack and make sure they fixed it correctly.
both wires firmly attached.
ground to the shorter tab
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