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Old 02-27-2007, 03:55 PM   #11
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Bill, I don't have AIM and dont' even know how to get it. I'll try to pm you at that time.

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Buddy is asking what kinda guitar it is..it depends apparently

VSNSOUND (4:27:41 PM): well, fender types you will have to take the whole pickguard off and the pots are under there

VSNSOUND (4:28:00 PM): Types without pick guards have a panel in back

So basically you remove the oil pan, unbolt the lower intake and go from there.
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The brand of the guitar is Aria, I don't have a problem taking it apart or soldering them. I 'm just wondering if there'* any tricks involved re temperature of the solder, does and don't. etc.
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The big thing is the correct pots.

Aside from that, there really aren't any real tricks to it or anything. Just get the joint hot enough to remove the wires from the old one and just make sure you don't load the new joint up with solder. And make sure you get a nice clean joint. If you've soldered electical things in the past, it'* not any different. And make sure to use flux when soldering the wires to the new pots.
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