#2
Yes. I did that for my Jazz copy. The pickups will come with a new jack, pots, battery clip, and it is almost completely wired. You just have the install those parts in the control plate and solder the wires from the pickup onto the pots.
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#3
Yeah and you'll have to make a hole for the battery holder to attach to
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Yeah and you'll have to make a hole for the battery holder to attach to


see thats what i was wondering about... cutting a whole in my new bass?
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#5
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see thats what i was wondering about... cutting a whole in my new bass?



you could remove the control knob plate and see if there is space under there...
my friend did that with his guitar but the plate was in the back...
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#6
Try going to a music store and ask them to install it. I'm going to hopefully get a set of EMG Active pickups for my MIM Jazz soon .
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