#1
So i've got this Jackson Dinky, which was routed for HSS. I didn't like the HSS or the switch so i replaced the electronics and routed a new Switch for a pair of humbuckers, as well as routed a larger cavity for the humbuckere in the neck position. the problem i have is that this cavity is to long, and it leaves a nasty looking gap between the end of the pickup and the wood. is there anyway i could fill in this gap, without majorly affecting the tone or sustain of the guitar?
#3
lol...maybe i should just sell it as the ultimate drug hiding guitar.
Shine V-2 w/ Floyd Rose and GFS pickups
Jackson Custom Dinky
Kapa Cobra Strat (vintage 60's)
Custom Electric Acoustic
Schecter T-Bass

Crate Bandit 112.
#5
i'll post pics 2morrow if i can find my camera.
but let me phrase it this way: I routed the 2 single coils so i could fit a humbucker, but there is about a 1 inch space left over from the middle single coil.
Shine V-2 w/ Floyd Rose and GFS pickups
Jackson Custom Dinky
Kapa Cobra Strat (vintage 60's)
Custom Electric Acoustic
Schecter T-Bass

Crate Bandit 112.