EMG the only one???

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by TheAngryPocket, Jan 8, 2013.


  1. TheAngryPocket

    TheAngryPocket

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    Tried a search, but found goose egg.:confused: Anyone know is Duncan/Basslines is gonna go solderless too?:bawl:
  2. Rickett Customs

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    I think Dimarzio makes a solderless, but don't know too many details about that....


    It would probably be a good idea to at least get familiar with soldering, it's a good thing
    to know and have part of your arsenal.
  3. TheAngryPocket

    TheAngryPocket

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    Yeah, I'd like to do so, but my father, who now lives in Jacksonville, was the one who used to do it when I first got into playing/ building. Now that I'm older, I see the importance of such things, but don't have the confidence for it. I guess when it becomes important enough, I'll find a way to learn. :/
  4. phishaholik

    phishaholik Supporting Member

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    As far as I know, EMG's are only solderless using EMG electronics. You have to cut the harness apart to use any other preamp with them.

    My Pope preamp has solderless connections, but I had to cut and splice the EMG's to have wire to use with my preamp's connectors.


    Michael

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