Is there a preferred technique for splicing a pickup lead that is braided shield push-back style to a jumper that is the same? I'm referring to the regular old-style braided-shield single-conducter wire lead you'd find on a PAF-style humbucker, with the steel braid being the outermost layer, and with an inner cloth-insulated push-back lead. The jumper from the wiring harness is Gavitt 22ga of the same construction. I am thinking an approach is to push back the braid pretty far to make it loose and expanded, and trim back the inner lead so that it's shorter than the braid, which is pushed back out of the way. Do the same on the jumper, splice the inner leads insulating with heat-shrink ( or tape ) and then pull the braid back on both wires until they meet and solder the braids together. Maybe there's an easier way, or a way that produces neater results? Thanks!