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  1. Hi everyone! So a couple of months ago my uncle gave me a store bought neck and a basswood guitar body he'd worked on before he retired as a carpenter. So I decided to finish it, and bought a whole load of parts for it, but am only now being able to put any time into the project. So I chatted through the parts options with my buddy, and bought a 2 point trem (style 3 in the link: http://www.axetec.co.uk/guitar_parts_uk_041.htm) mostly because I hadn't come across the design before, and was curious about having a different bridge to my existing guitars. However, I haven't been a
  2. Brilliant idea! It would certainly make the circuitry a lot easier, and wouldn't limit the amount of options or combinations that I could try. Thanks a lot for that!
  3. That's what I thought. My Uncle dug out the guitar this week for me to pick up on Friday, and luckily, it's actually only a HSS, which makes the whole project 10x easier! As my current guitar at the moment is a Pacifica, my plan for the moment is to get the top cavity re-routed for a Humbucker, leave the middle empty, and stick with those Rolling Mill pups to give me a nice range of tones between the two guitars. Glad you can vouch for them! Though I'd be curious to try the HHSS setup one day though, perhaps once I've got some more experience! If I can work it out, I'm going to have a cra
  4. Hi everyone! This is my first post - and first build - so bear with me if I'm still learning! In summary, my uncle has offered me a guitar body that he made and routed before he retired as a carpenter; I haven't seen it yet, but I'm told it has a Tele-shaped basswood body, with body cuts and is routed for a floyd rose bridge and 4 pickups - two humbuckers at the bridge, and two single coils at the neck. I've been looking into what to do with this, and I decided that it would be fun to try and fill all four routs, however, my experience regarding guitar wiring is limited at best, and
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