#1
i bought a gibson les paul studio in october last year and everything was perfect with it.

well all of a sudden the neck pickups hardly put out any sound

so would i take it back to the music store and pay them to rewire it
or do i tell them so send it back in to gibson and make them fix it

because i still have warrenty i think
but i dont know how that stuff works

so what do i do
#2
Go to the store and ask them if it falls under the warranty.
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#3
The sauder has probably become loose/broken on it.


Oddly enough the exact same thing happened to one of my Les Pauls a few years ago...
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#5
It's either something in the wiring, or its the switch. This happened to both my guitars. Try switching back and forth a lot, usually works for me XD

"Sauder" (Solder) is the melted metal that connects the wiring inside the guitar
#6
well the switch work because i go back and forth alot but when im playing live its a pain in the ass
#7
It's melted metal. Actually spelt solder.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soldering_iron

They cost like $10. You'd probably be charged like $50 for somebody to do it. Go ask about this is the guitar customization forum.
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