#1
I'm thinking about removing the neck pickup in my S7320 and gluing a piece of wood into the hole, then painting over it. Would this be too difficult/affect the tone in a substantial way?
#2
Why don't you want the pickup?
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#3
use wood filler insted of a chunk of wood... it waaay easier... and more even

edit: no, it will not affect tone nor sustain...
#4
Why would you do that? Just use the pickup selector if you don't want it, and i don't think it will look great, even if you paint over it...
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#6
Quote by poipoi
Why would you do that? Just use the pickup selector if you don't want it, and i don't think it will look great, even if you paint over it...


he just wants to get it out... so what?

plus it looks hot!! ex:
#7
Yeah, you could do that. Just cut the piece of wood to fit EXTREMELY snuggly in the hole, sand it flush, and paint over it. You'd never know it was there. I used to do this to fill tremolo cavities (but that's a bit harder).
#9
use both block and wood filler. cut the block in a decent shape, use wood filler to fill the gap.


OR fill it with really heavy metal and then a sheet of wood, wood filler. then sand it, refinish. that'll increase density of the whole guitar, giving u a little bit more sustain like u wish. it won't be much tho.
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