Mini humbuckers are your only drop in solution but if you dont like them your only options are route the guitar for humbuckers or sell the guitar.
Usually aftermarket covers have measurements listed, measure your pickups. :yesway:
Yeah I have no idea...
Ive got a 2013 Standard that looks just like it, currently my favorite. Stock pickups in mine are 57 Classics. :yesway:
Maybe pickups parallel with the strings is not so important.
The pickups are stiff as a rock in the pickguard holes, stuck in that position forever.
Take a look at my SG with a batwing pickguard notice the pickups are not parallel to the strings. Is this normal? The pickup is so stiff in the...
This is true...
After thinking about it awhile, I think I'd inject the hole with some epoxy and once hardened drill a pilot hole for the screw.
Break off a piece of toothpick in the hole and screw your cover back on and forget about it and play that mofo! :yesway:
I got one of these amps last year, freaking brilliant amp for sure, congrats! I run a JHS volume box in the loop and can dime the amp and get some...
Nickel turns a grungy green eventually, looks good on vintage guitars but not so much on something newer. Chrome looks best on an SG. :yesway:
I've always liked "what the fukk" and "donut", but not necessarily in the same sentence. :yesway:
"Beer" and " pizza" are a couple other good...
Nice looking SG congrats, what pickups are in it? Do the pickups squeal now that they are covered, you might have to wax pot them.
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