Hey all, I''ve got this really weird problem with this bass guitar I'm trying to fix up again. The pickups were stuck... I've managed to get one out of the body with a pipe wrench and some luck, but the other one won't budge. So basically I think what happened is that the bass was made in a warmer climate where the pickup cuttings may have been wide enough, and that the wood has shrunk in my climate. The pickup hole is maybe a millimeter or less too short in length. I do want to replace these pickups, so I don't mind destroying them. They are not the most interesting pickups in the world. I've just got this idea of maybe drilling a few holes through the corners or something so that I can wrap some wire through it and connect it to some leverage. I will probably need to cut out the sides a little bit because the pickups seem to be the right size as other similar pickups. Do you guys have any great idea's to get this pickup out of my bass without damaging the body?