Question about Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
I've checked all wires for continuity,verified resistance on both pickups, and measured resistance on all pots, and everything seems fine.Lead position is fine, both lead and rhythm position are fine,but in rhythm position only, it has low output. The selector switch has been changed also and is working properly.
I have an old sg, and this happened to me too. the repair guy told me that inside the p/u, the windings were broken, resulting in a lower output. go on e-bay, and look up a neck pos. humbucker. there everywhere. or do yourself a favor, and do what i did. i have an epi. flying v, and epi. les paul. on e-bay, i bought gibson 57 classics. i put these in both my guitars, and i now have great sounding guitars. you will not belive the difference. good luck, scott
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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