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pickup bobbin tape issue?

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  • pickup bobbin tape issue?

    I have a SD Invader pickup and part of the bobbin tape is peeling in a corner(winding exposed slightly). Is this a simple fix?
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    You can get replacement tape from StewMac, or you could put a tiny drop of glue on the tape and stick it back to itself if there enough material left - just don't get any into the winding of the PuP. If you think that would happen, just get new tape.
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    • #3
      Superglue works fine and shouldn't hurt any type insulation on the coils. 1 drop of glue and masking tape to hold end down for a few minutes, then remove masking tape and you're set.

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      • #4
        You might have to contact NASA on that one. It's pretty complicated.

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        • #5
          You might have to contact NASA on that one. It's pretty complicated.


          There's one in every crowd...

          I had an idea on how to fix it but would rather ask to see if there is a way to avoid damaging the pickup

          Please contribute to threads that you can add something helpful to.

          Everyone else...thanks for the input.
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          Good Deals with: Box handler,the4thlast1,meowy,<br />
          61reissue,Yavin,tspit74,musiclikscreams,Dega500,<b r />
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          *A couple of Gibson's, a cord, some dunlop picks and some cornbread...<img src="http://img3.harmony-central.com/acapella/ubb/wave.gif" border="0" alt="" title="wave" class="inlineimg" /><br />
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