#1
Well i bought my les paul second hand few months ago, shortly after that my neck pickup went quiet, i left it for a while, today my bridge pickup has gone quiet.

What's wrong with it?

Many thanks
Epiphone LP, SD Alnico 2 Neck, Pearly Gates bridge, Ibanez S series.
Marshall VM2266c, Marshall JVM410H + 1936c, Marshall MG100DFX
Vox Tonelab ST, Boss GT-8, Korg Ax1500g.
MXR Classic Distortion, MXR 10band EQ, Dunlop Crybaby
#2
open it up and look at the wiring check for obvious things and if you can't figure it out just take it to a guitar tech they will figure it out for you
Current Setup

Schecter Blackjack C7
Epiphone Les Paul Custom w/ EMG 81/85
Peavey 5150II Head
Peavey 6505 Cab w/ two Eminence Texas Heat
Epi PR5-e
Hot Rod Deluxe
#3
i've looked at the wiring can't see any loose wires or anything
you recon it could be the pickups?
Epiphone LP, SD Alnico 2 Neck, Pearly Gates bridge, Ibanez S series.
Marshall VM2266c, Marshall JVM410H + 1936c, Marshall MG100DFX
Vox Tonelab ST, Boss GT-8, Korg Ax1500g.
MXR Classic Distortion, MXR 10band EQ, Dunlop Crybaby
#4
Could be the pickups, could be the pots, could be the output jack. Sorry pal, the only thing left to do is taking it to a guitar tech.
#6
If it's an Epiphone model, then it sounds like a classic problem with the pickup selector switch. Move around the pickup selector switch and listen for any crackles. I've done replacement of the switch before, and listening to your diagnosis, the chances are it's the pickup switch wearing out and in need of replacement.
#7
I know this may sound stupid.

But, some people just don't think about it.

Have you tried turning the volume knobs?
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