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Is there any way to add lead to a guitar pickup? My FRED has very little and my SD Distortion has a lot, but the FRED goes in the neck slot and SD in the bridge, so is there any way I can take lead off one and put it on the other?
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Quote by SlappyMcLardfat
Is there any way to add lead to a guitar pickup? My FRED has very little and my SD Distortion has a lot, but the FRED goes in the neck slot and SD in the bridge, so is there any way I can take lead off one and put it on the other?

You mean the wires, right?
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yes the wires. red black green white...
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#5
Yes - just get a piece of wire of the same gauge, and the appropriate length. Then just solder the existing wire coming from the pickup to the end of the new piece, and either heatshrink the join or wrap it in insulating tape.
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