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Im trying to solder the three ground wires from the pickups to the back of the volume pot. I dont have time for the other grounding method so yeah im doing it this way :cool:

Anyway, Im having a hard time soldering the grounds to the back of the pot. I think I remember reading you could just use some fine grit sandpaper to rough up the back of the pot, and I will probably try that. However, what else can I do for it to stick easier? Would using that acid flux paste stuff help? thanks...
 
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Yeah a sanding helps. Also, pre-tin (solder)
the back of your pot. or you can
do this;

This is what you're describing(?);


What you want is one of these (ring connector);

If you don't want to move the capacitor, that's
fine (I guess). That's just the way it shows on the pic.

Here's how you get better contact;


This is just a basic summary.
The whole process can be found on this site;
http://www.guitarnuts.com/wiring/shielding/shield3.php

Just my thought.
I hope it works for you.
 
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