This will probably sound like a stupid question to most of you but since it's coming from me, it's par for the course. Shows you how much I don't know.
What effect would removing the existing cover from a GFS NYII pickup and replacing it with a toaster type cover have. Would the metal from the new in contact with the tops of the posts short anything out or would it not matter?
I have been having much difficulty making keeping continuity with my bobbin winding. The winder works fine but I seem to not be able to get a reading with the V-O meter. I've been using Schatten 42 wire with poly insulation, which you folks said does not need to be sanded for soldering. I have also not been covering the AlNiCo 5 rod magnets with any sort of insulation but winding right up against the magnets. Not sure if this is a probblem. In any event, I have a couple of GFS II pickups that I would like to cover with a toaster cover until I can get the correct pickups rewound for the RIC. I am very frustrated and at a loss. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated. Thx, j:confused: