screamindaemon Posted December 22, 2008 Report Share Posted December 22, 2008 Good morning. my current build has a single bridge humbucker, with a single volume control. I have a TOM bridge. I was soldering the pickups to the controls when I noticed the wiring diagram mention a ground to bridge. Now I suppose I could drill another hole and solder to the TOM posts. But how important is this? Could I use a large screw embedded into the body of the guitar? Also, this guitar is noisy as hell. I hear tone out of the amp, but it is very feint. I suppose this is a vague question without a picture of my control pocket, but does this sound like a common problem with electronics? I am confident with my soldering quality. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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