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    PCBs as baseplates?

    It's been done before, sure, but I'm a bit excited to try it for myself...

    Drew up a design and had them made, pretty good prices, and pretty quick delivery, actually: EasyEDA

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    ...And a finished pickup using one of these:
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    I'm planning on using PCBs on all my pickups, as soon as I get back up and running. Especially on guitar humbuckers! I hate that whole mess of wires.

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