Hoagland Custom, located in sunny Fernandina Beach, Florida, has specialized in custom guitar wiring and pickup making for over 25 years…
& we love what we do!
Mark Allan Hoppus (born March 15, 1972) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, and television personality best known as the bassist and co-lead vocalist for the pop punk band Blink 182.
Born in Ridgecrest, California, Hoppus spent his childhood moving back and forth between his mother and father’s houses, as they divorced when he was in third grade. He became interested in skateboarding and punk rock in junior high, and received a bass guitar from his father at the age of fifteen. After moving toSan Diego in 1992, Hoppus’ sister introduced him to Tom DeLonge and, together with drummer Scott Raynor, they formed the band Blink-182. Following Raynor and DeLonge’s departures from the band in 1998 and 2015, respectively, Hoppus is now the only remaining founding member of Blink-182.
This is a faithful, handcrafted reproduction of the wiring in Mark Hoppus’ Precision Bass.
This is a 1 volume control, NO tone wiring harness! Simple is better!
Available right-handed or left-handed.
- 1 CTS or Bourns Pro Series volume control, 250k value, short-shaft, audio taper
- Switchcraft mono output jack
- Gavitt vintage style, cloth covered wire
- easy-to-follow wiring diagram
- tech support phone & email
Grounds loops cause buzzing and humming. While they are easy to avoid, we’ve noticed that there are a lot of handcrafted wiring solutions being offered elsewhere that incorporate ground loops. Not good. Our custom shop wiring harnesses are guaranteed to be ground loop-free.
It is “drop-in” ready and VERY easy to install! This wiring solution does not include the pickguard or control plate. It will fit into your current pickguard or control plate easily.
While all of our wiring solutions are built to be installed rather easily, we always recommend that you have a guitar professional at your local guitar shop install it for you. There are issues that sometimes come up during installation (grounding, shielding, etc.) and your local guitar tech is equipped to diagnose & handle those for you.