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Was the wire any particular length?
Yes I had some turn up today 3x 0.10mm rolls but they seem like there's not that much on the rolls.. you can see the plastic through the wire. Any how Thanks for the Instructable ..just waiting for the battery compartment then it's a go!! I just finished a contact mic on here too so my flats going to be hopefully quite a sound source .Cheers! :)
Hi quick question ... is the copper wire uninsulated ? I've found some which is a UK seller but it has a choice of both, but the uninsulated is called Natural . All are enamelled . I'm assuming it would need to be uninsulated as to pick up the fields ?
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