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We offer pickup springs for virtually any guitar or bass. Sold in packages of 8.
Gibson classic 57's springs are weak and would let the pickup move. New Springs fixed that.
Although the springs are good parts, I find them to be excessive in length. This causes them to twist or "snake" making the adjusting screw cock.
Like the springs better than the hose that came with the Pups
These were purchased with pickup screws and plastic rings to replace the foreign pickups on a PRS SE with American pickups. They fit perfectly. I didn't realize that Korean made guitars used a different size ring, diameter screw, and I replaced the springs just to be sure. If you have a foreign guitar, this is the easiest, least expensive way to complete a clean pickup mod. The total cost of the parts is much less than anywhere else I could find.
I needed some additional pickup height screws and springs for installing Seymour Duncan SH-1/59 neck and bridge pickups on my Epiphone Dot guitar. The springs on the Epiphone pickups didn't fit. Ordered these from Stewmac and they fit perfectly. I couldn't be happier.
I got the shorter ones and they worked great. Didn't bind when I needed to raise the pickup.
I use them for my multyscale tele bridges. Which is a lefty bridge with slanted saddles. So I need longer screws and springs on the treble side. Very handy !
Excellente qualitT peut pas avoir mieux.
As advertised. Good Quality. Recommend!
Good quality springs. Not the size I was looking for but thats not Stewmac's problem...oops...I goofed. Regardless my brain freeze they are quality parts :) :)
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