#1
Hello all

I bought some Duncan pickups to put on my LP. Got my soldering gun and solder, opened the back of my guitar and its this quick connect system.

So I dont know what my next plan of attack should be. Should I spend the extra money and replace the pots? If so, what are average costs and how complicated would this be.

Should I try splicing the old quick connectors into the new pup cable

Should I return the Duncans?

I had never seen this setup before so I am a bit lost.


Thanks for any input
#2
Just cut the wire and solder the pup to it.
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#3
If those are the pickups you want, do not let a gimmick like "quick connect" stand in your way!
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#5
I hate those PCBs so my vote is rewire the whole guitar. You can do a neater job.
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