Hi all, I need to reconnect a wire to a pickup. Has anyone ever done this before? The wire came off "inside" the pickup coil. This pickup is an older style, it has a bunch of really fine wire wrapped longitudinally, and the coil is covered with some tape. I've already removed the pickup casing, so I now have the exposed coil, and it's still wrapped in tape. The stub end of the broken pickup wire is not visible. Question: what's the best way to approach this? I'm thinking, first carefully remove the tape. Then, use a magnifying glass to try to locate the stub, and with a pair of jewelry tweezers try to lift the stub off the coil. Then, the wire has enamel insulation, so use a soldering iron to fry off the enamel from the end. Then reattach the wire. It'll be coming through a different part of the housing now (ie it'll be a shorter wire), so I'll have to lengthen the piece that attaches to it. Then, wrap the tape back on, and put the whole thing back. Hopefully the enamel insulation will prevent any shorts from the soldered piece to anywhere inside the coil. Does that sound like the right way to do it? Any problems here, or anything I should be aware of?