#1
My bridge pickup, and once in a while my neck too, cut out alot. It'll play, then stop, then would again.
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#2
faulty pickups?
take it to a guitar tech, they might know what to do with it
it could be a loose wire in the pickups, but your guitar would have to be seriously knocked about for that to happen
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#3
Sounds like your output wire could use some resoldering.
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#4
blow compressed air into the switch hole while flicking it.
if u dont have compressed air in a can then u can try some pot cleaner wt lube.

if u dont have either u can try a VERY SHORT spray of WD40 oil.

could be a dirty switch or a loose wire at the switch.
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#5
Hmm. Just just put a new bridge pickup in it. It works when I tild my pickup closer to the stopbar, but not facing straight.
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#6
Well if you just put a new pickup in there is an even greater chance that there is a wiring problem.
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#7
Hm, I know I got the wiring right. I'll take it to the tech soon.

Edit: Maybe a bad solder joint?
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Hm, I know I got the wiring right. I'll take it to the tech soon.

Edit: Maybe a bad solder joint?


yep could be some cold solder joints also check your input jack to see if its tight and to see if the wires arent coming loose
#9
If both pickups have problems I'd bet first on the switch, then on the output jack.
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#10
The neck just has ****ty sustain. I checked the output jack. Does coctact cleaner work of switchs like it works on POT's?
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