#1
ok, here's the deal;

yesterday I took of the pickguard of my Ibanez GRX40 to tightenup some screws.
but then I noticed that there was a wire that went through the body, so I removed the backplate and I saw that this wire was connected to the springs of the (tremelo) bridge. Does anyone knows what this wire is for?

thanks in advance
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#3
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Ground?

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#4
its for grounding
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#6
it depends on what its coming from but im pretty sure its the ground wire from your pickups
#7
ok, thanks alot
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#8
It is the bridge ground wire and should be soldered to the back of the volume pot. if it is not connected then you will have buzzing issues.
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