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 ground wire fixed to the pgm600 bridge 
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Post ground wire fixed to the pgm600 bridge
Does any body know how to wire the ground wire to the bridge on a PGM600 (les paul kind of bridge).
Becasue I am building my own pgm600, but I have trouble to wire this ground wire.

I hope that some on could help me.
I did it on my pgm700 but still I have so trouble with the sound.

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Tue Jan 10, 2006 2:09 pm
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I'd drill a hole connecting the pickup cavity and the hole for the bridge anchor. Cut your ground wire so it's longer than what you need. Better to have extra to cut than have it being too short. Have the wire started in the hole from the pickup cavity when you drive the bridge anchor in, then just run it into the control cavity. It should work fine. --Jason


Tue Jan 10, 2006 4:21 pm
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Well said ;-)


Tue Jan 10, 2006 5:15 pm
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Thanks my friend, I think this will work for me.
Like I said I had the same problem with the PGm700 that I have made.
And sins the zoom/ringing is to bad on that PGM700 I am planning to rebuild this guitar this weekend.

Anyway,
Thank you for you help.
and if you are interested in more of my projects on guitar building, look at my webstie www.ghostonastring.nl I have allot of cool models done.

Rock on and thanks agian

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Thu Jan 12, 2006 7:12 am
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I remember when you posted about building your 700 over on PGMSite. It looks like it turned out great. When you get your 600 pictures up, let us know. I love guitar projects. There was an Iceman body on Ebay, and I had actually thought about building a 600 clone myself. I talked myself out of it though. I've got too many unfinished projects now, let alone start another one! --Jason


Thu Jan 12, 2006 8:57 pm
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Cool website Bro and KILLER collection!!!...X :wink:


Fri Jan 13, 2006 2:51 am
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This weekend I start with the PGM700.
And there is still allot of work to do for my custom pgm600, witch I also planning to do this weekend.
There are 6 other projects in the planning for me, but i have no idea when I get the time to make them.

I love building those guitars, and my collection is really growing (almost every day)

I am also planning to rebuild my website, sins it's has become a total mess when I lost the data on my pc.
So keep your eyes open to some great new work on www.ghostonastring.nl and there will be an online store site where you can order some custom guitars. like these PGm models I am making right now.
Or we can build the dream guitar you like.
the site name will be DreamStrings, but like i siad before, I have allot of work to make those guitars, and I need the time to build this website.

Thanks for all your support.
Warm regards,
Dennis

www.ghostonastring.nl

P.s also see my great Paul Gilbert dvd collection!!!!

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