#1
Hi,

I have just realised that i am not going to be able to get two wires to the jack due to the hole being to small, so my question is, is it possible to do it with one wire and if so how?

Thx
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#3
If you can't do it because of the confined area, why not just take it into the shop and let a pro handle it?
#4
Yes you need two wires. Yes. Absolutely.You could make the hole bigger, or have 2 separate wires in one piece of insulation. Or let a pro do it.
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#5
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Can you give me some context?


the context is that the hole the put the wire through to the jack is to small and can not fit two wires through it.

How would i go about putting two wires in one piece of insulation??
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Quote by SublimeGuitar
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#6
How small is this hole? ****... I use 24 AWG on my guitars, you cold fit that through just about anything.

... uggh...

kay we need pics.
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How small is this hole? ****... I use 24 AWG on my guitars, you cold fit that through just about anything.

... uggh...

kay we need pics.


Sorry about the quilty its a camera phone.
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#9
This is a bit of a noob question but what size does the hole have to be?
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Quote by SublimeGuitar
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#11
There is the shielded wire like used for some pickups. But the signal wires dont need to be huge so 2 24ga wires should fit in that hole.
#12
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This is a bit of a noob question but what size does the hole have to be?



ask her

just take a drill to it, or find a coax style wire.

and i'm REALLLY tempted to sig... >.<
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#13
Quote by deftonesordie
ask her

just take a drill to it, or find a coax style wire.

and i'm REALLLY tempted to sig... >.<


Lol

Thanks everyone
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#14
yes coaxial wire would be your best bet.
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#15
Help out there--
I'm building strat and now have to solder the jack-i have a black wire and a blue wire that has a red wire inside of it and a shield around it-I know where to solder the black and red but if the shield is a ground, where do i route it to-
thanks
joe
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