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SpeckledJim
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"Continuity" is also resistance measurement in ohms (Ω). Any multimeter is fair game, some are digital and some read with a sweep needle on a logarithmic scale. They can be set to read current volume (amps), electromotive force (volts), or resistance (ohms). Generally, they are inexpensive and available at most hardware stores, electronics / electrical suppliers as well as automotive parts distributors.

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I much prefer the multimeter option however, as you have all the other toys onboard

Oh yeah, handy for checking / verifying pickup output potential, volume/tone pots, checking battery voltage. I've even used it to check charging voltage on the alternator in my truck. A must have. :D

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