#1
I own a PRS Tremonti SE. The two humbucker pickups seem to wobble back in forth. Is this normal? please help
#2
Depends. Do they wobble if you're just gently moving the guitar, or if you're pushing them or whatnot?
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#3
they wobble when i put my finger on them. they dont move when the guitar moves
#4
Yeah its fine.
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#6
No.
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#7
If they were falling out you'd know it. You should probably look into a bit of guitar repair if not a lot. Dan Erlewine has some good books.
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#9
yes. when i push them they move. ive just never noticed that they moved
#10
You know, I can not count how many people called me and asked the same question or brought their guitar to me to fix. People just do not realize all that hold the pups in are two screws and two springs hanging from the trim ring. The weaker the spring the more wobble you'll get and covered pups won't wobble as much because they are a tighter fit in the trim ring. I see this a lot on vintage guitars where the springs are just shot.

John