#1
I have a squire that I'm setting up for my daughter, I have gutted most of it out and built with American parts. (just because it is going to get banged up, doesn't mean it should hum and sound like crap)

My question relates to the bridge. The squire has this bolt pattern that uses two screws towards the top of the bridge. Everything I'm finding on ebay has four screws on the bottom of the bridge and nothing on top. If I use a bridge with the four screws in the bottom of the pickup, am I asking for trouble? Squires do not have the string-through-body, and these bridges are made for that type of set up I'm assuming.

Please advise!
#2
Since your squire isn't a string-thru, just buy the new bridge and drill all new holes necessary. You will also need to buy some string ferrules
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