Hi guys, First post but all the advice on here has helped me so much. I'm kind a novice when it comes to any aftermarket stuff but I've decided to take the plunge and i guess I'm looking for some knowledgeable folk to run through my thought process. I have an '82 Ibanez Musician that I bought for £80 quid of a mate a few years ago (This should be some indication of the state she came to me in). I just love the feel of it, it's a solid plank of wood, weighs a ton and looks like I've pulled it from a skip but it just fits. For some reason though the active EQ has never worked so I've just used the bypass switch as a kill switch. As the years have gone by its just started to sound muddy to me so I put it down in favour of the jazz. Till I got it out a few months ago and remembered just how nice it felt. So I did my research, oh how I did my research, and finally found Bill. I was won over by his sound and business ethos in equal measure and ordered a P/J set from him. Sadly Bill passed away in November and so I wasn't expecting anything in the post for a while, but a couple of weeks ago they turned up and they look amazing. Now, I have no intention of fitting them myself (all those wires scare me), so I've found a good luthier who had quoted me a £40 plus parts to fit them and overhaul the electronics. So I'm taking it in Friday for him to run his eye over. I've already had it open and the wiring looks in pretty good condition, I can't see any obvious reason why it doesn't work, so I'm hoping it's just a loose connection somewhere and doesn't need completely ripping out. Does anyone have any experience with these basses that could give me a clue what to look for? The P p'up is slightly wider than the cover of the one that's in, so I'm not how that's going to work. If they'll make a new cover or just take it off and fit it, exposing the routing. Not too fused as it's not really a museum piece as is. Are there any potential problems I've overlooked? As I said I'm a noob when it comes to this. Thanks for reading.