#1
Is this all I need really? -> http://static.zoovy.com/img/guitarelectronics/-/diagrams/color_codes/billlawrence.jpg


I have a basic idea of how to put this pickup in. I've only put in one before though, a Seymour Duncan SH-5 Custom. This will be going into a Jackson Kevin Bond btw, a single humbucker guitar. Just making sure if there's not anything I'm missing or any better-looking diagram.


So, the red wire gets soldered to the hot lead. The green and white wires just need to stay connected with each other. And the black and "bare"-colored wire need to both be grounded?

Thanks.
#2
Quote by fixationdarknes
Is this all I need really? -> http://static.zoovy.com/img/guitarelectronics/-/diagrams/color_codes/billlawrence.jpg


I have a basic idea of how to put this pickup in. I've only put in one before though, a Seymour Duncan SH-5 Custom. This will be going into a Jackson Kevin Bond btw, a single humbucker guitar. Just making sure if there's not anything I'm missing or any better-looking diagram.


So, the red wire gets soldered to the hot lead. The green and white wires just need to stay connected with each other. And the black and "bare"-colored wire need to both be grounded?
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Thanks.


Looks good bro.
Inb4 you wasted $$ on a 'dime' pup.
Dimes tone is notorious to replicate.
#3
Hah, thanks. The way I see it no pickup purchase is a waste. They're easily re-profitable upon selling, and each time you go through more pickups you learn more about tones and the benefits of certain kinds of pups. Also, not that it matters, but I don't even listen to Dime