#1
I have a late 50's Kay Single Pickup Hollowbody that im wanting to change the pickup on since my original is dead. Im having problems finding a pickup of the right height, the pickup is about 9mm in height, I have a soapbar pickup but it is 19mm in height so its not of any use. Is there any new pickup I could buy that would fit this on the bridge at about 10mm in height? How hard would rewiring the original Kay pickup be?

All help is appreciated.
#4
except for the fact that shipping with be a major pain, do this^
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#5
shipping isn't nearly as bad as people think. Pickups are small and cheap to ship. Of course it needs to be shipped with insurance which bumps it up a little but if you are in the USA and shipping something to the UK shipping is still only about $12 with insurance.
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#6
Quote by bored_maniac33
except for the fact that shipping with be a major pain, do this^



Yeah shipping is pretty reasonable. Just send it in a padded envelope and you should be alright.

A little off topic, but people always try to say shipping on a guitar is going to be $75, which is robery. I've shipped one in a hardcase for $40 I believe. People just want to make a quick buck usually on ebay or something by slamming you with shipping fees.
#7
Quote by CorduroyEW
If you send me the pickup I'll fix it for free.


Why would you fix it for free? To examine it and how it's made?
and there's a trust factor, how should I know it wont be given back?