#1
So after years of abusing my pickup selector switch (killswitching! yeaaah!), it has stopped making connections on 2/3 settings, and rather than replace it, I just want to remove it and have both pickups always simultaneous, blended together by the volume knobs. I always use it on both pickups anyways, so this is all I need. I've already tried bending the metal so they touch and that didn't seem to work. **** it! Should I just solder the wires together? I need a little guidance.

Last edited by head-case at Apr 2, 2012,
#2
I think you can just solder the red and yellow wires together

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#3
I'll heat up the iron and see what happens!

Here's a photo of my guitar incase anyone is interested.
Last edited by head-case at Apr 2, 2012,
#4
Awesome looking guitar!

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#5
So I soldered the Y, R, and W wires together and it worked. Thanks for everything!
#6
as much as i hate wraparound bridges, that guitar is sick dude.
*insert witty statement here*
#8
It's an Epiphone Les Paul, haha. Wraparound is the only way to string a Les Paul!