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Questions about pickups for a Warmoth Custom Project PLEASE HELP!!

Discussion in 'Pickups & Electronics [BG]' started by cv115505, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. cv115505

    cv115505 Supporting Member

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    Ok, so I've gotten it into my head that I want to undertake a custom project featuring a Warmoth '51 P Body and a Modulus jazz neck... I dont have any questions regarding this so much as i do regarding my pickups... I have a set of Hanson Chi-Sonics in the large HB-style housing... Now, as those of you who have used Warmoth know, you have to select an option for pickup routing to be done on your body. The Rio-Grande powerbucker seems close to the same size, but I want to make sure I don't go TOO big and really screw myself and I'd rather not perform additional routing if I don't have to... So, I guess my final question is does anyone knows the actual dimensions of the large housing for the Hanson Chis
  2. NKBassman

    NKBassman Supporting Member

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    You'd probably be better off ordering your body without pickup routes, and then taking it to a local luthier to do the routing for your specific pickups.
  3. cv115505

    cv115505 Supporting Member

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    exactly what i decided to do
  4. joelb79

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    FWIW: Warmoth can route any pickup size in any location you want for a fee. I believe that fee is $35.

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