#1
Hi, i bought a Duncan Performer Scorcher rail single coil pickup, this one:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Duncan-Performer-Scorcher-Pickup?sku=300136

But the cavity for neck pickup is a bit small. Is something like this:




This is my guitar:



I need to make it look like this (just the neck pickup cavity):



What can i do to make more room for installing these pickups?. Thanks in advance.
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#2
rout it or dremel it out, but you should get a template, you might also **** up the finish slightly


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#3
thick sandpaper will do the work?
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#4
Not accurately and you might be there for a few good hours.


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#5
And what others tools can i use for a better finish?
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#6
You need to use a template with a router to get the best results i'm guessing. by finish he means the guitar finish


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#7
its a hard thing to do with sandpaper, not only it takes longer, but as Lordoflax said, its less acurate, although, it won't **** up your finish (paint) as much as a router.


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its a hard thing to do with sandpaper, not only it takes longer, but as Lordoflax said, its less acurate, although, it won't **** up your finish (paint) as much as a router.


I'd advice not to use sandpaper if you want it to be perfectly accurate, however, it can be done if you have perseverance.


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#9
Thanks for the response. I think i don't want it perfectly accurate and i don't have a dremel or something alike. I guess i will use a very thick sand paper, then a thin one to get a little of accuracy...
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