No problems here.
Sometimes the holes close up a little from paint and clear coat accumulation. I have had success running a drill in reverse with 5/16 bit to open them back up. I saw a Fender video, and the lady assembling effortlessly popped them in by hand, and I wondered if they could fall out again. I like them to press in tightly, I use a drill press (off) and chuck jaws appropriately set to press on the perimeter of the ferrule.
Great product. Fit perfectly. Sturdy
I think they look much more appealing than a traditional tailpiece.
As always the best stuff from Stew-Mac.Never had an issue with you guys or any product, you're simply the best!
Not much to say really.they look great.I didn't have access to a drill press and had a little bit of trouble getting the holes to line up exactly.A little jig of some kind would be helpful next time I use them.
These string ferrules press in perfectly for all my string thru builds. No issues. Eric Cellini
adds to the tone very well
What StewMac needs to sell is a tool or bit that will route out the holes on the back of a guitar body in order to seat these ferrules properly. Alignment is crucial if your drill press does not reach.
These did an excellent job but are a tight fit in the body. Luckily I had had the fore thought to make an aluminium drift, which allowed me to tap them in. Would have been difficult without drift.
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