Question about Washburn Wi14 Electric Guitar
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A new type of peg that makes it easier to change strings!
Either that or most guitar shops stock string pegs, Just ask at the counter .. .If they don't have them and can't get any in then they are not a real guitar shop in my opinion
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
This is the way most aftermarket pickups are set up. Its to accommodate different wiring setups like coil splitting.
Whether the pickup is a Duncan or not does not make a difference. Make sure you solder the red and white wires together(the ones together in the diagram) and cover the joint with heat shrink or electrical tape.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Yes, get a replacement pot at most guitar centers.
You need to match the electrical resistance and the "Taper" as well as the physical shaft size, etc.
You will need to be able to solder the leads to the replacement.
Suggest you take a photo of the inside wiring for reference in restoring.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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