Change out your rusty gunky old screws for a new look.
I used the Fender ones on an Epiphone no problems.
fulfills the purpose.
Not much to say about the screws other than a personal recommendation to fill the previous holes with some wood filler because of some stripped screw holes I had from the slightly bigger stock pickguard screws
I bought a set of Gibson style chrome screws for use on my Aria "Mach 1" Gibson Ripper copy (electric bass), and they fit perfectly.
I'd purchased stainless steel screws; for a strat style guitar, neck and body also from Stewmac.
The result: A great looking and playing instrument.
well, as expected they were screws. When actuated with a screw driver they performed as expected. I'm really pleased these screws were appropriately screw like. Would by again if in further need of screw
Very good stuff, this is what I wanted. This is what I wanted.
I ordered 100 of them.
They seem to be made of a really good metal. And are the exact size i needed to replace the old rusty ones from my guitars.
I guess next time i'll order a bit more.
Good stuff. The heads don't fall apart like cheapy stuff I've had in the past. There isn't a lot to say about them though. They hold stuff to other stuff? I do recommend you buy the 100 screws to get the discount.
They are more expensive than stuff you find at the hardware store, but its sometimes a hassle to find exactly what your looking for in those places, and these are perfect spec for guitars, so why not?
the stainless steel fender style screws worked and look excellent
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