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Loknob Universal Fit Locking Control Knob for Amps and Pedals
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50 Guitars and 50 Stories from Inlay Artist Grit Laskin
11/16" (17.46mm) Phillips ovalhead, 6-32 thread.
These screws are very good quality and the correct size. Recommendable product.
does the job and fits USA rings/mounts
what you think? my customers loves it.
I needed gold screws for a Strat pickup switch. I couldn't find them anywhere. This screw did the job nicely.
These screws work perfectly for what they're intended for. They all have the proper thread spacing. The only issue I found is that the humbucker screws are too long to use in a Strat with a humbucker (HSS, HSH, etc.) I cut mine to size and they worked fine.
Check the head profile. I ordered the single coil screws for a Strat. I did not notice the flanged head. They really don't work for flat surfaces. I cannot think of a single-coil application where these would work. The Tele screws might work.
I grabbed the Single-coil, chrome screws for holding in some Fender pickups. Size, color, thread pattern all worked out fine. Will buy more when needed!
These worked great on my Strat for some Dimarzio pickups which have taller-than-standard bobbins because of their stacked design. Same thread size as standard Strat with a slightly smaller head. Phillips #1 worked fine for me. These had the length I needed to be able to move the pickups farther from the strings.
Just like a snowflake has variations, so does a guitar. The body cavity may not be deep enough or have holes where the humbucker pickup height screws might touch deep in the guitar but these screws are the proper height. If it touches the inside of the guitar you can either touch it with a router or drill it carefully. This or cut the screw end off a little. It's less evasive. The screws are perfect.
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