#1
I am working on some 'mods' for my electric guitar. My 7 string Ibanez.

The guitar comes with 2 humbuckers - I want to remove one without messing up the inside wirings, the bridge humbucker, to be exact. Also, upon removing it, what can I use to fill that empty spot on the guitar?

I also want to remove those annoying dots on the fretboard, how would I do that?

Anyone who is knowledgeable enough? Shed me some light?

Thanks!
#2
removing the dots on the fretboard will be a bitch and you will have to fill the holes with something so you will always have a little bit of dot showing... you can remove one humbucker and change the pickguard, but I guess that the wiring comes with more than 2 knobs (1 tone/1 volume) right? If so you should change the whole wiring configuration.

This link has several different kinds of diagrams for you to check out.
http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/

If you have no soldering experience then I advise you to practice a lot before working on your guitar because you might end up ****ing up some components if you do it wrong.

hope this helped.


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#3
I think Malcolm Young stuffed his guitar with socks to prevent feedback, so maybe you could do the same.
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#7
use putty to fill the hole and to take out the pick up by un-soldering the wires conected to the volumeknob, tone knob, and toggle switch. as for the fret board, i'd leave the dots there, they are there to help, so u aren't lost on the neck.
#8
You could try mixing putty or epoxy or something like that with some wood shavings and filling the hole out, sanding everything down and refinishing the body
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