#1
I used to have 2 black wires soldered to the jack of my bass but one of them ripped off. I don't believe I hear a difference and all the knobs work as intended. Is there something I'm missing? Or is the reason there was 2 wires in the first place just so when one came off, there would still be a ground wire attached?

Either way I'm gonna get it soldered when I can.

Thanks in advance!
Main Basses:
Warwick RB Corvette 5
Douglas Sculptor 825 NA Fretless 5


Main Rig:
Sansamp>GK Backline 600>2 GK BLX 210 Cabinets
#2
I've never heard of people wiring that kind of redundancy into such a simple circuit. What is the other end of the broken ground wire attached to? Most pickup manufacturers post wiring diagrams online - you could check one of those out and see if that helps you make sense of your situation.
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#3
Aight. How would I read this?

SP RB 127R
Main Basses:
Warwick RB Corvette 5
Douglas Sculptor 825 NA Fretless 5


Main Rig:
Sansamp>GK Backline 600>2 GK BLX 210 Cabinets
#5
Now that I think about it your bass was probably wired for stereo. Don't worry about it.
Quote by Powerhouse
I was in a nu-metal band when I was 15. I hated the top 3 strings (G,B, and E). I wondered why guitars even had them.
#6
Thank you!
Main Basses:
Warwick RB Corvette 5
Douglas Sculptor 825 NA Fretless 5


Main Rig:
Sansamp>GK Backline 600>2 GK BLX 210 Cabinets