#1
the wiring from my plug to tone to volume is a bit messed up when i opened it and realizing why my bass wasn't working.

i need help on where to wire back these so i can get it to work again. and is a hot glue gun okay for putting it in place?

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My Gear:
-Laguna LE322
-Vox Valvetronix AD30VT
-Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal
-Yamaha Bass (Idk what model)

To Get:
-New Humbucker Pickups
#2
Hehe, a hot glue gun would squirt an insulator everywhere, you don't want that

Soldering iron is your best bet, or soldering gun


its just a case of finding a diagram or something and soldering them into place
lol@u
#3
yeah i'm a noob haha
nice sig lol
My Gear:
-Laguna LE322
-Vox Valvetronix AD30VT
-Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal
-Yamaha Bass (Idk what model)

To Get:
-New Humbucker Pickups
#4
Lol, no offence from that, just thought it was too funny to miss,

Lol, we were all noobs once, i used to think that what gave and electric guitar most of its sound was the strings.......

lol@u
#5
no offense taken man lol.
ahh well i guess i need to take this to some guy who knows what he's doing lol.
My Gear:
-Laguna LE322
-Vox Valvetronix AD30VT
-Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal
-Yamaha Bass (Idk what model)

To Get:
-New Humbucker Pickups