#3
they might have quik-connect. if thats the case they just plug into each other.
#4
haha..We spliced a dimarzio pickup in my strat and it works fine.
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#5
yeah and how do you connect it the pot??
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#6
Blue Tac FTW

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#7
You will still need to solder even though the EMG's have the quick connect thing. If you don't have the equipment or the experience then I say you get someone who can do it for you.
#8
lots of EMGs have a way that u can connect the pots, switches, etc. and have just a snap-on thing to connect the pickups with. so u probably will have to solder still.
#10
Soldering is easy.
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#11
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Soldering is easy.


Soldering is an art and it's difficullt to master.
At a first glance it seems easy but it isn't.
#12
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Soldering is an art and it's difficullt to master.
At a first glance it seems easy but it isn't.


no, its easy.
#14
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I've never bought or used a solder before. I'll just pay the £20.

Or you could buy a soldering iron and learn how...

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Soldering is an art and it's difficullt to master.
At a first glance it seems easy but it isn't.


I must be a freaking artist then...
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.