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I'm dealing with a

braided-shield style humbucker pick up, by GFS...

 

They have sent me wiring diagrams for a normal pick up, with the red, white, green, and black wires.

But this pickup has one wire, with a metal layer outside.

I am so lost. I just want to know how to wire this so I can play my guitar.

Thank you.

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