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Hello All,

First of all, this is my first post so I hope I put it in the right place--excuse my ignorance if I didn't. I have a bit of a different kind of pickup problem. I'm about to rewire my guitar again and am a bit fed up with the quality of the wire the pickup manufacturer used for its ground. It's incredibly thin gauge silver braid that breaks if you handle it too much and burns if I keep the soldering iron on it for too long. (I'm not crazy about the hot wire either, but at least it came with a shield, which makes it a bit easier to work with.) Since I have the extra time I'd like to replace both wires with stronger ones but have never done that before. Can anyone here please explain what's involved in this process? Many thanks in advance for reading and replies.
#2
the GB&C forum might be better for a very specific question like this... you might get more answers there.
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#3
It involves a lot of wires...
A soldering iron...
Burning yourself quite a lot...
working in awkward angles...
Oh yes, can't forget the swearing... lots of swearing.
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