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Discussion in 'Squier Stratocasters' started by oneLOCOman, Mar 3, 2019.
No drilling required. They cover all the screw holes but the top one.
Hollah. I just ordered two sets ... to qualify for the free shipping.
Hahaha!!! Well this is one of your cheaper purchase's. Me, 31 orders in last 6 months, that includes xmas presents for my kids. The rest all guitar stuff. Not sure on ebay. Well its cheaper than therapy.
I just did something crazy last night. I won't post until I receive ... possibly in a few weeks. But I need to clear house FAST !!!
Did ya get that Fujigen LPC ? I aint looking no more!!! I think I might see if I can flip a few and get me a MIA Fender Strat. I got out my Tele yesterday and man oh man, no mater how I try I cant get that sound and playability. Yea I want to say I make them play as good as the big boy's. But once you play a big boy.....
Yeah, snagged the Fujigen. Gonna be killer. Guy came back with a reasonable offer.
It's actually not a money issue at this point ... it's more about no more space.
CORRECTION: DRILLING REQUIRED FOR SCREW HOLES!!!!!
Was thinking of shaft fitment.
Son of amoth@#$** bit**. They look good but will not fit. Too far apart, and the first tuner is off and sticks out a bit. I am going to try couple things but I am not drilling no holes yet. But I don't think they will work. 1st pic a little blurry, They woulda looked good.
You can file that part off the low E tuner that overhangs....and use mounting screws with a larger head....it should work, seen guys do it before.....
That's exactly what I was thinking. Just gotta find some screws with a larger head. I'll try my local ACE.
Well they fit the Starcaster. I tried the starcaster tuners in the NC6 and the backing plate is a little smaller, holes don't line up. Oh well I will just clean the NC tuners up and slap 'em back on.