#1
I recently installed a tremol-no in my guitar, and part of the installation is to remove the thing that you hook the springs onto in the back of the guitar. There was a little wire that was soldered on to that clamp thing, so I had to cut the wire. Then I finished the installation, but I didn't resoder that wire back yet my guitar worked perfectly fine with out that wire. Should I resoder that wire back on or is it fine the way it is?
#2
That wire is for grounding the bridge. Attaching it will reduce hum in passive pickups; active pickups shouldn't have it.
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#3
find another place to ground it.
Last edited by al112987 at Feb 19, 2012,
#4
just strip some of the wire and wrap it around the allen key screw that is on the tremolno for that reason