Sorrentino’s most recent descent into drug addiction began in 2014. After a 60-day stint in rehab in 2012, he’d been sober for nearly two years when he was hit with charges that he tried to cheat the government out of taxes owed on more than $8 million in income. Famous for coining the phrase “GTL (Gym, Tan, Laundry),” Sorrentino had been using workouts as one means of coping with the stress in his life, but in June 2015 he sustained cracked ribs at the gym. His doctor prescribed painkillers (his “drug of choice” over alcohol), triggering his addiction to resurface.
In his third year, Utley started every game and was the full-time right guard until a paralysis injury forced him to retire. An injury to his sixth and seventh cervical vertebrae occurred in a game against the LA Rams on November 17, 1991. Although he would later learn he was largely paralyzed from the chest down,  Utley flashed the crowd a "thumbs up" as he was being taken off the field. The thumbs up sign has become the symbol for the Mike Utley Foundation, a foundation created in 1991 by Utley and his agent Bruce Allen to help seek a cure for paralysis.
A word about soldering If you think you can solder, then don’t!
Okay, this sounds silly but most people who say they can solder are actually very bad at it.
If you KNOW you can solder really well, that’s great. If not, practice until you can! You should be able to tell if your soldering is good by looking at what you’ve soldered. If you’re not sure, have a look on the internet for videos of soldering so you can see what a good soldered joint looks like. Then keep practicing until your soldering is as good as what you’ve seen.
Most of the solder joints in musical instruments are either very small indeed or even smaller than that. You need to be able to solder very precisely and this needs a good soldering iron.
Lead-free solder Don’t use lead-free solder on older products which used normal 60/40 tin/lead solder. Normal solder gives a nice, bright, shiny joint when done properly. More recent products use lead-free solder and this should be used when working on these. Lead-free solder gives a dull-looking joint which looks horrible but there’s nothing you can do about it. Again, you can find videos of lead-free soldering on the internet.